Hotel Grand Cafe 't Getij

Address: Havenplein 25, Zierikzee, Zeeland, 4301 JD, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Havenplein 25, Zierikzee.
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Travel Blogs from Zierikzee

Willemstad to Schuddebeurs

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 30, 2014

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... enough of trying to keep up and reminded Brian yet again that this was not a race and that we could navigate through ourselves. I also wondered if following the GPS would result in going through less scenic routes since the GPS would likely take you through the more expedient routes. As much as I like expediency, we were on the bike tour for the sights and I was not going to enjoy it just by trying to follow others and not able to stop when I wanted. =)

Socializing With The Locals

A travel blog entry by marty387 on Aug 19, 2013

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... the smaller one on the north called Sint Phillipsland. The two are separated by the former strait, now bay, of Krabbenkreek.At 8 pm tonight we will break up into smaller groups, as we have been invited to have coffee, tea, and desert with several local families to discuss what it's like living in the Netherlands. Our bike route from Willemstad to Tholen will cover 25 miles. After a short city tour we will be riding through ...

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 ...

It's a wind up, end of the road..for now :) :) :)

A travel blog entry by trucktrip on Sep 05, 2012

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... their possessions on to trucks and lorrys, as the diggers were knocking down the houses with dust and muck everywhere. It was as if a earthquake had just happened, really unpleasant. From the local authorities to the government, they just don't work for the people and are terrifed of loosing control. The young people are informed and aware so I think it won't be many generations before the country has to change.

The cities are ...

Beautiful national park, + more jobs for John.

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 05, 2012

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... ones, they all seem to be doing very well and no charity shops. So there has been a massive makeover of this town but in doing so they have lost its heritage, (except for the harbour area) the town is totally given over to the shopper, but there’s a thing that the streets were empty of people last evening where you would expect to see people window shopping at least, to us it’s a classic case of redevelopment gone too ...