Hotel Brasserie Lakerhof

Address: Walburgisstraat 3, Ohe en Laak, Limburg, 6109 RE, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Walburgisstraat 3, Ohe en Laak, is near MaasMechelen Village, Maasplassen, Roermond, and Ter Dolen.
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Travel Blogs from Ohe en Laak

Hi America

A travel blog entry by celinevdboel on Apr 10, 2015

... and live your life till the fullest.
This is something I've been dreaming of, since I made the decision. And till today I don't regret it and look forward to this amazing oppurtinity.

So let me introduce you a little bit more where I am going to live and how much kids I will take care this time.
Well I am going to live in Colorado for about a year. And to ...

Another rainy day

A travel blog entry by maustravels on Apr 04, 2015

Well here we are in Balen watching the deer and chickens and the rain. It's drizzly but the sun is trying to come out so there is hope. It's about 3 weeks later here for the flowers and plants. Blossoms are just starting to bud and they are almost finished at home. We had a great breakfast with fresh eggs and great Expresso and are ...

Why Aachen?

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Mar 29, 2015

8 comments, 15 photos

... Ceaser of Christian Europe and from about the 12th century onwards he is revered as a Saint.. Ironically Aachen has been continuously inhabited sine the birth of Christ and Roman troops, around that time, used to recuperate here after battle and soak in the hot springs. Walking the city you get a whiff of sulphur every now and then.

The site of Aachen has been the site of human settlement as far back as Neolithic times (4500 BC) and you will see from the photos the ...

It gets better with age

A travel blog entry by alliemtanner on Mar 09, 2015

6 photos

... preservation.

I tour the sanctuary and courtyard before making my way next door to the bell tower. I can’t go in, but as I walk up to it I hear a choir practicing inside. I feel so small standing in front of this giant building that has stood for more than 1600 years.

Shopping is next on the agenda which is not hard to find in Maastricht. Cobblestoned streets are lined ...

Day 1 - Maasbracht to Maastricht

A travel blog entry by travelsonopilio on Mar 02, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... up behind us in the lock - a huge barge called Fighter. After two locks and some really stormy weather it's dark by the time we arrive in Maastricht and we miss the public moorings. After a couple of u-turns (in a really wide river) Martin decides to moor up on an empty and locked landing stage, not great for the dogs but too late to ...