Hotel Grand Cafe 't Getij

Address: Havenplein 25, Zierikzee, Zeeland, 4301 JD, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Havenplein 25, Zierikzee.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Zierikzee

Holland history started here.

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Oct 26, 2013

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... of Orange. Maurits founded the reformed protestant church in 1607 that was the driving force of the fight for independence of the Netherlands.

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My Bourne Identity

A travel blog entry by dawn16 on Dec 20, 2012

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... other and smiled. Hehe. A quick drive to Scheveningen to see the Kurhaus hotel and it was nice that people who work there still recognised papa. The drive back I fell asleep in the car and we were home nice and fast that way. Dinner was at Dorien's place and Marijke was also there. With oma they were the three ladies who had visited us in 2008. The turkey and sauce was the yummiest ever and I loved the house ...

Packing day

A travel blog entry by janou on Nov 11, 2012

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... hours later. Right now I'm preparing my presentation which Tessa and I have to give in Rome. Our presentation is about three paintings, one is from Petro Perugino and the other two are from Caravaggio. I will spare you the boring details haha! Like I already said, I'm really looking forward to this journey, mainly because I've never been to Rome. I'll keep you updated ...

We can go and play again!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 10, 2012

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... It seems like a friendly dinghy club rather than a marina and the price is extremely reasonable at €9.20 including electric.

John managed to sort out our heads which had started its usual problem of not getting the water in to flush. He found part of a big plastic button (or at least that is what it looked like) which was stopping the diaphragm from bringing the water in. Another gold star for him. Unfortunately his mod ...

Country Holland....

A travel blog entry by travandkel on Sep 17, 2010

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... so gorgeous! Very picturesque! These amazing structures date from the 17th Century and are part of a series of windmills, set at different elevations, which drained the land of water.

We then drove a bit more to 'Kinderdijk’, a Dutch village that has 19 well preserved windmills. The mills drain the excess water from the Alblasserwaard polders - which are situated below ...