Het Scheepshuys

Address: Teteringsedijk 196, Breda, Noord-Brabant, 4817 ML, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Breda Oost area of Breda.
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      A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Sep 06, 2014

      10 photos

      ... where a few crews were setting up hot air balloons for some lucky gingers who won a raffle to ride in it. Under the awnings near our tent we found a few empty boxes of a drink called "Gingerella." We had never hear of it and we were sad that we had missed an opportunity to have a bottle before they were gone.

      That evening we gathered near the stage and waited for our pub crawl group to gather. We heard a ...


      A travel blog entry by bjf347 on May 23, 2014

      2 comments, 34 photos

      ... door. Jan said he probably decided to go out the other way because he heard I was standing out here with my camera.
      Actually, the real highlight of the day for me was Stanley's dinner, and the star of the show was his French fries. He uses special potatoes and his own secret method of making them. They are to die for, right Dottie and Robin?

      So, good night from Holland--slap liquor or something like that.


      The Mill network at Kinderdijk, Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by prashant.mehta on Mar 29, 2013

      14 photos

      ... list of places to see. This network of mills have been built in the 1740's to drain out water from the polders into a temporary reservoir in order to keep the polders dry. There were two main types of windmills in the area, One: Used to drain water from polders to a reservoir and second: to move this water from the reservoir to the rivers when the river water level's low enough. All the windmills ...

      Day out in Amsterdam

      A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Jun 30, 2012

      ... look so appealing so I gave it a miss. I had a spectacular lunch all by myself in a touristy café on one of the canals. It’s a great city to walk around as it’s not very big and there’s plenty to see. Much like Brighton, it’s overrun with tourists on summer weekends like this, but the atmosphere is nice. It’s a busy place to do it on my own, but I’m happy enough in my own company nowadays. You get used to doing stuff on your own in ports. I know ...

      Welcome in the Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by ver0nica on Jun 22, 2012

      4 photos

      ... funny watching him try. Strange how driving drunk means something else there.
      The church in the city centre is also amazing. It does not look like much from far, but if you get close you are blown away by the size and pure beauty. Made of sandstone, this amazing building goes up and up in different layers. You cannot explain what you see when you look up. It is truely amazing.
      The hotelroom was good. Very basic, but more than enough. It was in ...