Hotel Am Buhnenhaus

Bury-St.-Edmunds-Strasse 13, Kevelaer, North Rhine-Westphalia, 47623, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bury-St.-Edmunds-Strasse 13, Kevelaer.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Am Buhnenhaus Kevelaer

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Kevelaer

Germany/Cologne/Rhine Cruise

A travel blog entry by diarter on Sep 03, 2014

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... two hundred Euro and vouchers etc and his computer. You guessed it. It was a ruse and so believable. It certainly was lesson and put a bit of a damper on the day. Good news! Tour Director received phone call, bag, papers and Passport found and being sent on to him another City. Computer and cash missing. Enjoyed seeing Cologne Cathedral and cruise on Rhine. Tomorrow, leave at 7.30am for Munich and onto Austria where we stay in Innsbruck Tyrol ...

Day Thirteen - Avalon Felicity/Cologne

A travel blog entry by coconroco on Aug 22, 2014

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... br>
Tonights dinner was a special gala dinner with everyone all dressed up. Dinner was as usual very yummy, but the after dinner entertainment was a treat. The crew performed a show for us all. Very funny and good, lots of fun had by all. After the finish of that it was time for dancing and a drink (Rob and I had one dance, we couldn't keep up with the others).

Off to bed with a cuppa and some cruising to Amsterdam.

Goodnight from Avalon Felicity.
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Bicycles, cheese and "coffee shops"

A travel blog entry by ros711 on Aug 19, 2014

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... themselves cost as much as , or even more than, a house to buy. And there are bikes absolutely everywhere. The population of Amsterdam is about 700,000 but there are supposedly over one million bikes. There are parking stations that can hold over 3,000 bikes at once. We then went to a cheese tasting, and sampled all sorts of variations of Gouda. I was particularly fond of the garlic and ...

Open Air Museum

A travel blog entry by misneach on Apr 25, 2014

... to the culture associated with the everyday lives of normal people. Very interesting, very nice day. Notable - the section on collectors and the weird things they collect!!!

After many hours there (about 6 I think) we left and headed off to Dave and Sanne. We had meant to stop at some other castles on the way, but due to how long we'd spent at the open air we couldn't do that
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Volterol is my Friend

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 18, 2013

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... and rude, whereas the French were actually tuneful, when they weren't just making Psssht noises every second step. The US Navy, for example, had one delight that included a verse along the lines of:

Cap'n Jack, Cap'n Jack,
Meet me by the railway track,
I'm going to be your stabbing man,
shooting man,
the best I can,
for Uncle Sam,
cos I'm American.

On the other hand, their northern brethren came out with:

We'll see you ...