Travel Blogs from Middelburg
... aside and then just left sitting there. I asked for it and the women said it needed to be checked. Time was ticking. Finally someone pulls it over and ask me to open pouches. They proceed to take EVERY LAST ITEM out of my bag. Seriously down to the last hair pin. All my undergarments were in this bag and now they were thrown into buckets. They swabbed my bag down and tested it for whatever they test for. This was SUCH a slow process and during ...
... spending a night, what a pity.
Another highlight of the little old town is Belfry. Please be careful, if you are not fit, since you have to catch your breath while climbing up to the top of the tower. And the spiral stairwell is narrow and steep.
We spent one night in hotel Duc de Bourgogne, fortunately, we came here in the low season. Sinnce the room at this hotel ...
... as unknown on Opas birth certificate. Only the author of the archive data I have, or Opas brother/half brother may know the full story.
With a head racing with speculation and information we set off to Zeeland around lunch. By 1pm, we arrived at Oostershelde Dyke Bridge/ Water control gate which separates the sea from the lakes of South East Holland. The lakes are currently above sea ...
... kettle (our cheap student one for £5 from Tesco keeps tripping the electric, so is due for the bin). We did however get a brolly when it started raining again and so put into quick service (it was chucking it down). John also found another local girl and if it wasn’t raining, he would have sat down beside her. After a swift half, we went off to see an all women’s shanty choir called Zeevrouwenkoor Oog-Tij or just Oog-Tij. John thought they ...
We visited the Belfort (Bell Tower) first thing after breakfast, figuring that it would be easier to climb the 366 steps to the top of the tower while our legs were still fresh. Up we climbed to the very top, the steps getting narrower and steeper the further we went. On the way we saw the machinery that worked the massive bells and the giant clock face mechanisms. Once at the top, all of Brugge stretched out below, and we took some ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Familiehotel Roelant Middelburg
Other places to stay in Middelburg
Loskade 1, Middelburg | 2 star hotelfrom $83
Buitenruststraat 22, Middelburg | 4 star hotelfrom $98
Loskade 3-5-7, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $112
Bosschaartsweg 2, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $94
Dam 31, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $131
Loskade 19, Middelburg | Hotelfrom $112