Hostellerie Den Engel

Address: Singel 3, Baarle-Nassau-Grens, Noord-Brabant, 5111 CD, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Baarle-Nassau-Grens

The Big Adventure

A travel blog entry by maaikelaura on Jul 07, 2015

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... have already been an amazing start to this summer; I said goodbye to all my amazing friends and family and I more than ever realize how amazingly lucky I am. Even though because of that darned resit I only had a week to rush from the one 'date' to the other, you guys all made time for me and made me realize how much I actually am leaving behind. I want to thank all of you, and even though I know I totally suck at communicating; know that Asia will not make me forget you! ...

Day 14 - Delft with Piet & Emmy

A travel blog entry by adamkaiser on Jun 06, 2015

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... age.

Very reluctantly, as the 6 o'clock hour approaches and Patty and I realize that the hour of our return to Amsterdam approaches, we do the best we can to say goodbye to Piet, our old friend who has provided such a gracious, memorable afternoon; and to Emily who has, by now, consumed so much Chateau Neuf du Pape that we wonder if a paramedic should be called; or perhaps if one of those hyperbaric chambers should be called into service. As it turns out - there's ...

Easter Sunday

A travel blog entry by emtashval on Apr 05, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

Finally woke to a beautiful sunny morning!
Kinderdijk is the best place to see the windmills, walking, biking, or the canal boat. We opted for a walk as it was only 4C.
This is a World Heritage Site as an outstanding man-made ...

Big wheel keep on turning.

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Aug 31, 2014

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... When the windmills were the primary method of flood control, the occupants were paid to manage and maintain the structures. Today individuals pay rent to reside in the windmills. During our visit we observed how the arms are turned to take advanatge of the wind direction and the placement of the canvas coverings of the latticework of the 40 meter arms. It obviously requires much experience to do it efficiently. The technoloigy ...

Amsterdam to Gouda - 99 km/59 miles!!!

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 26, 2014

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... be to follow the instructions provided.

The bicycle trails were very nice and the scenery amazing. If we weren't riding along canals, we were riding by beautiful green pastures with cows and sheep.

After a few hours of riding we stopped by a little restaurant to have a snack. We sat on the dock right on the canal with boats passing by. Brian to my surprise ordered a plate of liverwurst. He got a lot more than he thought and it was just a ...