Hotel Oranjeoord

Address: Hoog Soeren 134, Hoog-Soeren, Gelderland, 7346 AH, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hoog Soeren 134, Hoog-Soeren, is near Paleis Het Loo.
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    A travel blog entry by melanytjex on Oct 13, 2015

    Sorry that i didn't wrote the past few days... I was just NOT in the mood for it... For everything... Okeyy so by extra lessons teacher : Maarten and i talked alot. And alot abour our past... So i talked about Matt, that i was bullied and about that i cut myself... And he told about his dad and his blackouts... It was accually really fine... I ...

    Wow so happy

    A travel blog entry by melanytjex on Sep 22, 2015

    ... be smart to pass 1 training but now i have to go. For him! CHARLOTTE HER MOM SAID THAT IT IS OKEYY THAT SHE COMES OVER SATHURDAY!!!!!!!!!!!! I AM SO EXCITED! Just like Charlotte. And sunday i think i am going to chill with max (the old one) but it is not sure because it is his b-day and i don't want to take him away by his familie that day... And i have to buy a present for him... But what?! I'm going to sleep now Goodnight xxx ...

    Drenthe - off to Olma Ton's

    A travel blog entry by klarenbeek on Apr 28, 2015

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    An early start on the 7.30 bus from Biltoven. We went from Utrect to be picked up by Ton and Ina and take to their house in Drenthe. Country holiday capital of Holland, lots of camping grounds and farmers let campers stay on their land during summer. But for now 2 tourists. It's a little colder here and hail is expected. Ton volunteers at the local historical society showing on open weekends how wood was sawn into planks, all ...


    A travel blog entry by klarenbeek on Apr 21, 2015

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    Off today to Rotterdam where we caught a ferry to Kinderdijk where 19 windmills some still working are situated. We walked along the dyke and then along some canals to view the windmills. You could go in and look how the miller and his family lived (very cramped). We the went and saw the video on how the windmills worked to clear the water from the land and over the ...

    Moira Lynn Dennert-Hollander

    A travel blog entry by a3dennert on Sep 04, 2014

    397 photos

    ... remember the earlier years of my childhood I do have lots of pictures that show that you were my care taker. Thank you for always taking care of me then and ever since then.

    Although our final holidays in Aruba and Miami were quite emotional you amazed us all with your willpower to see this trip through. This is what you wanted to do, and so you did. You have always been a fighter.

    Sis, you know that I did not have many regrets in my life; ...