Hostellerie de Hamert

Address: Hamert 2, Wellerlooi, Limburg, 5856 , Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Hamert 2, Wellerlooi.
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      Travel Blogs from Wellerlooi

      Nijmegen

      A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 04, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Dutch are more tolerant and easy going people and every one feel much more welcome in this country. This town was a major resistant point during the 2rd World War when Germany was trying to take over this country. Even though the Allies bomb major part of this city due to fog and unreliable intelligence the people in this area are still strong US supporters. Total steps walked today is 11,484 or 5.2 miles On to our final city. Amsterdam ...

      Düsseldorf, Germany

      A travel blog entry by shazell on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... on in. We pulled into a bay and set up for the night, while Neil walked the dog and I prepared dinner a very friendly Dutch couple decided to become our neighbours, this they probably later regretted! Our new Dutch friends initially pulled into the bay (right) next to us but upon realising they could not open their door they turned round and moved over, slightly. After dinner we hit the town for our first ...

      Nijmegen and on to Bonn

      A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 14, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... the new buildings. It is the site of an important battle during World War II. Although the city was heavily damaged during the war it is almost completely rebuilt. The ship sailed toward the Rhine and Bonn, Germany at 1 PM. As we sailed in the afternoon, the landscape changed from city to rural. Cows were grazing everywhere. The Netherlands is known for its excellent cheese and dairy ...

      A day with Carolien in Nijmegen

      A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Sep 21, 2014

      Spent the afternoon walking around Nijmegen looking at the military displays commemorating Operation Market Garden http://www.vvvarnhemnijmegen.nl/operati on-market-garden-70-jaar Then later a quiet beer and 'lekker bitterballen' in the town centre and a very nice meal at The Bok. Photos coming ...

      I Will Survive Finals! [Day 84]

      A travel blog entry by travel4eternity on Dec 06, 2012

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      Went to bed quite late - I won't say how late because I'll be yelled at - and woke up to find a light dusting of snow everywhere! It's already starting to melt in the sun, but I will always appreciate snow while it lasts. While I napped, Kim was an angel and read over my honors essay. Last night it was just under the minimum word limit of 1,750, but thanks to her help it is now just over - 1,784 words and four sources! So I'm a bit tired, but proud of myself for getting so ...