Hotel Millings Centrum

Address: Heerbaan 186, Millingen aan de Rijn, Gelderland, 6566 EW, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Heerbaan 186, Millingen aan de Rijn.
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    Travel Blogs from Millingen aan de Rijn

    Dutch road trip ...

    A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 05, 2015

    20 photos

    ... food and road trips go together, don't they? And for those who live to know and see what we eat ... here goes TARTE FLAMBEÉ Parmesan Cheese / Leek / Microgreens DIM SUM Chicken / Green Peas and Shrimp / Coriander and Shiitake / Bamboo STEAMED BUNS Peking Duck / Cucumber / Rettich / Black Bean Sauce GUMBO King Shrimps / Merguez / Okra / Potato &TOMEATO Moshik's Famous Burger - Taste meat, eat tomato CREME CATALAN Vanilla Ice ...

    A day with Carolien in Nijmegen

    A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Sep 21, 2014

    Spent the afternoon walking around Nijmegen looking at the military displays commemorating Operation Market Garden on-market-garden-70-jaar Then later a quiet beer and 'lekker bitterballen' in the town centre and a very nice meal at The Bok. Photos coming ...

    Day 31: Wijk Bij Duurstede to Aerdt

    A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jun 18, 2014

    12 photos

    Distance: 96km Unloaded distance for dinner and breakfast supplies: 10 km Cumulative distance: 1310 km Best Convenience: well it wasn't the ferry to Millingen! Riding conditions: a bit of everything - road, forest, cycle path, uphill, downhill, flat, and a lot of pointless zig-zags! Weather: rain then clouds then sunshine Ferries: 2 Cycle touring is an interesting pass time. Every morning we wake up sore, it's hard to walk up and down ...

    Day 30: Papendrecht to Wijk Bij Duurstede - Epic 3

    A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jun 17, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... with teapots and flowers! According to a brochure we picked up there, a series of dykes, canals and sluice gates were used in wars throughout the 19th century to flood areas where enemies were approaching. Apparently it worked in stopping an invasion by the French. We passed a lot of these gates and canals, but the only military we saw today were two fighter jets zooming past over Gorinchem. Nowadays, they must flood ...

    Day off from working and went to Nijmegen

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Sep 11, 2012

    15 photos

    ... part of the old city walls, to the impressive bus station. There is a board with a list of the times the buses are due in and when it arrives it then shows you the lane it is in. We only got charged €3 for the trip back so now we were wondering if we had a return before. We were not asked if we wanted single or return, so will see what John gets charged on Thursday.

    After dinner we played Rummikub and it was 2 all. The tournament continues! Good ...