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

    John did the navigation today.

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Sep 16, 2014

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    ... replied but there was no answer and he did not come out, so we went in and tied up. John then went back to speak to him and found out it was €`18.30 per night plus €20 deposit on a fob AND we had to preload the fob with €5 for electric! This seemed rather too expensive so we left and headed for a free island mooring which we had planned for tomorrow.

    Once we arrived at Stampersplaat island we had lunch ...

    Day 13 - The loveliest of days

    A travel blog entry by lauzian on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... of free pints to enjoy in their classy bar.

    Having a lovely time, we practically skipped along the river then literally rolled amongst the daisies under the beautiful green canopies of the riverside ancient trees.

    To finish of our magical day we enjoyed a tasty three course Flemish meal and beers at a quirky little family restaurant we discovered in a cobblestone square near the brewery.

    Today was a good day.
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    In Bruges!

    A travel blog entry by dannsamararlost on May 23, 2013

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    Bruges - The medieval Belgian town famous for the movie In Bruges staring Colin Farrell and Ralph Finnes. We spent four nights there enjoying many Belgian delicacies such as Waffles, Mussells, Steak Tartare, Frites (Fries), Beer and of course chocolate!

    We climbed the Belfry (Bell Tower), strolled the Markt Square and took a canal ride while enjoying the medieval feel of Bruges. Learnt about the origin of chocolate at ...

    'You're an inanimate object!'

    A travel blog entry by kittybo on May 22, 2013

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    Visiting Bruges is like visiting your Gran's house. Both areas have maintained a certain standard of old fashioned charm despite threat from more recent ideas of beauty. Granted one is your aunt who despises Gran's choice of decor whilst the other is a complete range of artistic movements throughout history. But still. Just like Gran's fox related nic-nak's Bruges' architecture hasn't really changed since the nineteenth century and it doesn't need to. You enjoy ...

    Dealing with unexpected incidents

    A travel blog entry by seanatravel on Aug 15, 2012

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    ... tried to safe ourselves next to a roof. Well, at the end, we got to the station and met Jan and Bartek who accompanied us. BUT... A reservation for the train we needed to go to Paris was way to expensive apart from the fact that it was not possible to reserve seats for Interrail passengers that day anymore! So, we decided to travel to Brussels and when we ...