Hotel Am Buhnenhaus

Address: 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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Travel Blogs from Kevelaer

Home is not a place

A travel blog entry by gabyvdsanden on Jul 30, 2015

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... I’m not sure where my home is anymore and that’s a frightening feeling.

I experienced you can feel more at home, alone on a deserted beach in a place where you just arrived, then in a place where everything is familiar to you and where you used to belong. Being at home is having a sense of purpose feeling useful at the place you live, without that your life feels empty and you feel homesick. Although some ...

A Food Theme

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 24, 2015

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... which helped temporarily, but it didn't save it. It finally came off completely about ten days later. Nijmegen can be ******* the feet.

In Cuijk there is a big stage, lots of music and noise and a pontoon across the lake. We paused in the army camp on the far side until the guy sitting next to me lit up and smoked us out. We saw Jolanda still walking and doing well, and I made the mistake of trying to gee up a totally ...

Linking Arms

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 23, 2015

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... These old ladies became known as the Saggy Grandmas (Saggy being a distortion of one of their names). Hence, I was thrilled when I came across a whole gaggle of Saggy Grandmas next to the roadside. I wished my own Saggy Grandmas had been there to share some thoughts and swap walking stick news.

I walked past some inflatable cows, the perennial dancing lion, who is there every day having his ears blasted by overly loud music, and a garden full of hand-made ...


A travel blog entry by hendrikus1952 on May 26, 2014

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... beautiful, route through Toscane or the more easy one via Ravenna and Assissi.
It depends on various conditions. The weather, temperature and physical condition of myself.
Roughly the tour is separated in 3 sections:
Amsterdam - Bregenz: 963 km
Bregenz - Florence: 803 km
Florence - Rome: 387 km
As mentioned in Ferrara the choice must be made: Via Florence and Siena (567) or Via Ravenna and Assisi (717 ...

The parcel arrives!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Apr 26, 2013

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... does not want to go down the ladder one more time as she hates it so much and it is rather wet outside. Fingers crossed it will be dry in the morning and we can do it then.

John stopped work at 11.30pm with the wires threaded through but not connected. He was absolutely shattered. It didn't help when Isi said "Do you know this boating is supposed to be fun" he said he retired so he didn’t have to work so hard and now he finds he is working more hours instead of ...