Hotel Restaurant L' Aubergerie

Address: Van der Maelstedeweg 4a - 6, Hulst, Zeeland, 4561 GT, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Van der Maelstedeweg 4a - 6, Hulst.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Hulst

Finally starting my travel blog!

A travel blog entry by rocketabroad on Oct 16, 2014

... shop again. In my blog you won't see day by day accounts of my travels, but you will see my recommendations on places to go and things to do in a variety of cities across the world, as well as informative blogs on travel related topics. I also hope that I can provide some useful information for people looking to take the plunge and move countries, as it’s not always as simple as you hope- however it is more rewarding than you could have ever expected! I am ...

Wet and windy day!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 16, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... making it even more difficult, but it is good when it all goes according to plan and we got out very easily without disturbing the people on one boat having their breakfast. We would head for Dordrecht but take longer way round via a smaller canal that goes through part of the Biesbosch National Park.

The weather became changeable again with a big black depression rolling across the sky. At one point the sky behind us was a black as your hat and ...

Dordrecht to Willemstad - ~60km/36miles

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 29, 2014

12 photos

... a new route. We are glad we stuck to the longer route because it was nice to go through the national park.

After crossing the wide body of water known as the Hollandisch Diep, en estuary of the Rhine and Meuse rivers, we stopped to eat at a little town called Zevenbergen. I had an amazingly good seafood salad and Brian had another pannekoekken. He said it was the best pannekoekken he's had on the trip!

Innovative Project

A travel blog entry by loesdeparade on Jan 25, 2013


... do it in June after I get back from a very, very long and exhausting trip. Can't you tell I look forward to it? Sarcasm.

Today I'm planning my IP or innovative project. Basically, the idea is to connect students of a Belgian class to students of a Thai class so they'll learn from one another. The Belgian pupils will get a lesson about Thailand and the area where I'm going to as well as some more background ...

A day in Gent

A travel blog entry by anne.bao on Aug 02, 2012

1 comment, 34 photos

... away with a cup of tea by my side.

After getting very excited about our lush hotel, we strolled to the town centre to look around. It took us about half an hour to get to town (probably why this hotel is cheap four star) but I for one didn't mind. As you might know I like strolling and Gent is a beautiful place with a really good feel to it. There is greenery and canals everywhere, and well laid out tram lines and bike paths.

When we got ...