Hotel Randduin

Address: Duinbeekseweg 24, Oostkapelle, Zeeland, 4356 CE, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Duinbeekseweg 24, Oostkapelle.
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        Travel Blogs from Oostkapelle

        A Rainy Day in Belgium

        A travel blog entry by indygg on Oct 14, 2014

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... Mike's favorite was the Half Moon Brew Tour, a Beer Mans dream, it's a family run Brewery, and you definitely get your Money's worth; free tasting at the end! We are a late lunch/ early dinner at a wonderful spot, Mike treated me to lobster, after walking in the misty rain all day; it was delicious! Haha; hopefully I walked it off today!! We are having a great time; my "gifted children" keep me on my toes, and I do love them so; I sleep like a rock at night! enjoy the ...

        Beautiful Bruges

        A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Jun 13, 2014

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... up the sun (again we were blessed with magnificent weather). The owners, Riet and Rik, were so welcoming and spoilt us absolutely rotten. The breakfast spread they put on was to die for. We would wake up every morning to the smell of coffee, and walk downstairs to our little table with fresh roses, freshly squeezed orange juice, muesli, yoghurt, fresh fruit, jams and spreads, a range of breads, rolls and pastries, all purchased that morning from the bakery, Belgian butter (which ...

        If it's Tuesday, it must be Belgium

        A travel blog entry by jwbea on Apr 15, 2014

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... Treaty of Versailles which ended the war, it was stipulated that Germany could not use white crosses to honor their dead. As a matter of equality and because so many of the fallen could not be identified, the British government did not allow any of the dead to be sent home to England, Canada, Australia, or wherever. There are many references to John McCrae's famous poem which begins, " in Flanders Fields the poppies blow/ Between ...

        Sussing out the good stuff

        A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 07, 2013

        5 photos

        ... English, French, and German. It was nice to see everything from water level. I cannot imagine some of the houses which are built in the canals themselves with a house wall as part of the canal wall. do the canals ever flood? How do they keep it from leaking? are their homes damp and cold? There are only 5 km of canals these days that the boats wander. there used to be much, much more but they get paved over or drained for roads and ...

        You're going to be good, aren't you?

        A travel blog entry by mrsv14 on Jun 24, 2012

        38 photos

        ... the queue for the toilet – there was one room with two toilets in, one for men and one for women, and there were a couple of groups in plus others who had gone themselves so you can imagine it was a bit of a nightmare (and it didn’t help that for a couple of women, the queue didn’t seem to exist and they just cut in front of me). Our walking tour continued in the rain and, during the hour and a half or so we were wandering about, we decided that Bruges ...