Hotel Restaurant Lubbelinkhof

Address: Hoofdstraat 19, Odoorn, Drenthe, 7873 TA , Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hoofdstraat 19, Odoorn, is near Noorder Dierenpark (Northern Zoo).
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    Travel Blogs from Odoorn

    Afternoon with Saskia Mark Tante Nelly & Oom H

    A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Sep 17, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    A nice afternoon and evening with cousin Saskia, Mark Tante Nelly and Oom Henk.

    The weather was perfect for a tree top walk and Heather Walk at Het Boomkroonpad.

    Then dinner at Chinese Restaurant Wo Hing in Assen.


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    Hi guys. Netherlands to germany today

    A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 14, 2014

    3 photos

    Hi guys.. today amsterdam is finished and drove a few hours to a place I read about called giethoorn. Its a village only accessible of water. We rented a small motor boat to tracel through. The best pictures are on the camera, but here are a few from my ...

    Giethoorn the water village

    A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 08, 2014

    1 photo

    I left amsterdam today to head back to germany. Stopped at a place called giethoorn which is an entire village in water. You can rent a boat for just 15 euros and sail around for an hour. It was interesting but the drive back through european mountains and farmland was equally ...

    Emmen

    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 08, 2014

    15 photos

    ... to VeenPark, an open air museum based on the life and living conditions of some locals from the Drenthe area working and living in a Peat ... Plantation I guess you would call it. We cruise around on a small train with our hosts out to the peat fields, where the peat was cut, stacked and dried. We hear all about the living and work conditions from a guide although we miss most of it due to the fact it is in Dutch. We get the good bits translated for us by Oma. ...

    Zuidersee

    A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Aug 28, 2014

    1 photo

    Today we drove over the famous Dike that was built to help drain The Netherlands. It uses special locks that uses the tide and allows water to leave but not enter. The dike is over 30 km long. Without the dike and lock system, Netherlands would loose 1/4 of their land ...