Hotel Dekkers

Address: Zuster Marie Adolphinestraat 6, Ossendrecht, Noord-Brabant, 4641 CP, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Zuster Marie Adolphinestraat 6, Ossendrecht, is near Kloosterstraat.
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Travel Blogs from Ossendrecht

Visiting the area where Dad lived.

A travel blog entry by temvdk on Apr 12, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

... Dad and Aunty Anne had lived in Opa had lived there for 33 years. We also saw the house where Oma was rasied, it has 1939 in black tiles on the roof. We went past the school were Dad went, it is quite old because it is the same as when Opa was there. The new school is quite flash and similar to the new classroom at St jospeh. The old school that Dad went to is more like the junior block at st Jo's. After we had visited Cor and Bart ...

The middle of Middelharnis

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... an interesting house which we thought had a church behind it but when we got up to it the spire was part of the house! At Haringvliet which is a big body of water that leads to a lock on the North Sea, the wind was stronger making an ideal day for yachts and quite a few were sailing. Sometimes we wish we had a sail or two to take advantage of the wind power and the saving on diesel, may be a big wide kite secured to the ...

Dordrecht to Willemstad - ~60km/36miles

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 29, 2014

12 photos

... to walk around the town on this night. We had a late al fresco dinner at a nice little Dutch/Italian restaurant.

Willemstad (William's town) is named after William of Orange, one of the most important figures in Dutch history. William was a count from the House of Nassau and Prince of Orange who led the rebellion against the Spanish rulers. Thus began the Eighty Years War of Independence in 1568. William wanted all ...

Some little farm - lovely and very welcome

A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah on May 18, 2013

... overloaded etc. Made decent progress along dykes and through endless flat feilds (not STRAIGHT! ZIG ZAG like mad), getting slowly mopre hungyr and owrried about stocking up on food for today and tmrw (sunday). Where do dutch ppl buy food!! Passed through thre or so small towns and villages (including the one with the most annoying large truck hootathon parade) before stumbling by chance on a supermarket - went nuts. ate half a loaf of bread and half jar nutella for lunch. Rest ...

Schoonhoven and Kinderdjk

A travel blog entry by shbell on Apr 06, 2013

9 photos

... 12 provinces of which only 2 are Holland, North Holland and South Holland. The name Netherlands came about in the time of Napoleon who combined what was Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg together. Later, they all split apart. About 40% of TN is below sea level. The dike system started in the 1600s where windmills were used to pump water out of areas and earthen dams or dikes were built. To drain a large area, the windmills had to be built in a row close together ...