Hotel Kamperduin

Patrijzenlaan 1, Kamperland, Zeeland, 4493 RA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Patrijzenlaan 1, Kamperland, is near Deltapark Neeltje Jans.
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Travel Blogs from Kamperland

Trip to new home port

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 30, 2014

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... you would think that if they got a big side wash hit them they must surely sink.

We were both very tired when we got to Bergen op Zoom as it was a long day with 6 hours in wind and rain with occasional sunny and dry patches. The visibility at times was very bad especially on the wide expanse of open water with lots of barges about, but we did it OK as fortunately it didn't last too long. A quiet evening and early night ...

Dinteloord to Tholen

A travel blog entry by stevemt on May 10, 2014

9 photos

... why conditions have to be good.

Well we got to the Lake and the water was relatively calm so decided to try. It all went well, we got through the lake unscathed and onto another can to our destination, Tholen.

Tholen is a lovely town, quite a bit to see and wander round, quite delightful really.

Where's Waffles?

A travel blog entry by drtee on May 31, 2013

7 comments, 9 photos

So now it's Friday evening, and I should be packing. I did go to Brugges, and it was a good day.

I lived dangerously this morning and had some scrambled eggs with my toast. I’m still on tea rather than coffee, though, or I was. They make really good scrambled eggs. I wish I knew their secret. The plan was that I would get up early (and I did) and see how I felt. If I decided by 9 to go, I’d still have plenty of time ...

Day 11

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Aug 02, 2012

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Visited Zierikzee today which is a very old city with city gates protecting it with a bell tower and gates with a water moat surrounding it. The bell tower is the oldest in Holland. Very old buildings, which are so narrow and the same as the streets. Markets in centre of town where I bought a freshly made giant stroopwafel, which was delicious. Had kibbeling (fish) for lunch in quaint fish shape bowls. Also found another poffertjes place but not ...

Zeebrugge to Rotterdam

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Jan 06, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... with the logistics of containers and to that end I started writing notes. The ship had finished loading, the pilot was on board and I was waiting to see our friendly pusher tugs back off. We weren’t going anywhere with those powerful machines heaving bucket loads of water backwards across the dock. Eventually I couldn’t wait any more and made my way up to the bridge and took up my adopted position on the port side out of everybody’s way. I hope I ...

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