Hotel Hulst

Van der Maelstedeweg 2, Hulst, Zeeland, 4561 GT, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Van der Maelstedeweg 2, Hulst.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Hulst

Willemstad to Schuddebeurs

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 30, 2014

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... about Napoleon to see if he was right. He quickly started saying that it was a rumor and that I would not find that story on the internet...right...I just wanted to keep him on his toes and I got a kick from that.

The meal was very good and one of the fancier ones we've had during our tour. When we made our dessert selection I told him clearly that I wanted my coffee WITH my dessert he said no, that the dessert was too delicate and that the coffee ...

Brussels, Belgium

A travel blog entry by kara.b on Mar 30, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... to the chocolate museum and some souvenir shops. For lunch we had delicious Belgian waffles! We went went to a museum, had a little bit more free time and then went for dinner at St. Reuben. we had chicken, frites, salad and strawberry ice cream. Now we are at the hotel. We are staying at the Ibis ...

Wow

A travel blog entry by ahnettski on Mar 19, 2013

... amazing! So much better then Brussels and Bruges!!! The tour guide was very funny, unlike the tour guide for Antwerp earlier in the day who sounded very old and as if he needed to cough. Antwerp is very very big unlike the port of Philadelphia. After a while it was just seeing the same thing over and over ...

Another job for John and visted little Rome

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 11, 2012

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... because it started to act like a sail as the wind had got up a bit). Someone had advised Seamink not to go on this canal as it was unsuitable for our size boat, so we had asked at Dinteloord and they said "no problem". The main canal passed some sugar beet factories, but it was very pleasant open countryside in the main, especially as the sun was shining. We had 1 lifting bridge which showed us the green light straight away after John called them on the radio, ...

Why this trip?

A travel blog entry by marjan. on May 17, 2012

... to ponder while waiting for planes, buses and trains to somewhere not here.


P.S.: I've read that it's best to keep blog posts short and concise. Anyone who's ever met me in writing knows that's definitely not me. But maybe you guys (if anyone made it this far) will get lucky and I'll soon be too busy to employ thirty words to do ten words' worth of work. But hey, I hear there's a global economic crisis on, so I bet all words big and small appreciate the ...