Hotel-Restaurant Schloss Diepenbrock

Address: Schlossallee 1, Bocholt, North Rhine-Westphalia, 46397, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Schlossallee 1, Bocholt.
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Travel Blogs from Bocholt

Day 5 Xanten to Düsseldorf

A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jul 01, 2015

We were up bright and early as the sun was cooking our tent by half 7 and set off shorty After, first stop was Duisburg a mere 30 miles away, we found a lidl half way to the city to restock and I bought the best cake I've ever had!!. New goal is to eat one every day it's just a shame I had to share it :( Simon also bought sparkling water instead of still for the second time in 2 days, his C at GCSE German ...

Day 4 Wageningen to Xanten

A travel blog entry by tandemtales on Jun 30, 2015

We started our day eating pastries in the sun while our German friends re packed their suitcases...they almost beat us to leaving the campsite, very embarrassing! First was back to cycling in the woods very dodgy paths for a tandem including a rickety bridge which was a bit scary on the back! We reached Arnhem by mid morning and bought some mango and more pastries to keep us going, it's been boiling all day not a cloud ...

A new day.. Germany

A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jun 30, 2015

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... lunch...delicious! Then cruising for the afternoon on the River Rhine. Hot weather reaching 29deg great for beer drinking as we cruised looking at almost vertical vineyards on the hills side hills. Gorgeous villages on both sides of river and castle after castle some huge and impregnable looking others picturesque some converted to hotels but all perched on ...

Another week working on the farm!

A travel blog entry by pilgrimsjourney on Jun 26, 2015

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... go for two weeks without it. I succeeded, and for that I am proud of myself. The next chance I get, I'm going to eat a big chunk of meat! I'm afraid my body is craving protein. The rest of the week we did a lot of different work, and had a lot of fun. We chopped wood, sawed logs, harvested chamomile, weeded the garden, trimmed hedges, made jam, baked bread, mowed lawns, fed chickens, collected eggs, made a cooking box, formed flower beds, cooked meals, picked salads (which ...

Organic Farming! Working hard and eating healthy!

A travel blog entry by pilgrimsjourney on Jun 20, 2015

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... left with just four of us. I'm going to be sad to see them go. Our hosts here are great, very patient with us learners, and good at teaching. Their names are Gea and John-William. Gea used to be a teacher, so she is good at explaining things. John-William makes the bread every morning for us, and has a great sense of humor. He keeps us laughing all the time. They are both super intelligent, you can tell they have done a lot of reading in thier lifetimes. ...