Hotel Restaurant Solskin

Address: Boulevard Bankert 58, Vlissingen, Zeeland, 4382 AC, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Boulevard Bankert 58, Vlissingen, is near Town Hall, Miniature Walcheren, and Iguana Reptile Zoo.
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    Shuddebeurs to Vlissingen

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... to cross a very long bridge. Brian kept looking for kites but we didn't see any. We biked along the dike with a view of the water but the towns we went through were also very picturesque. As we were approaching the place where we would have to take a ferry across the water, we met up with Team Australia (Erin and Beau). They were very happy because they had purchased gel seats for their bikes. We found the place to line up for the ferry and lo and behold, ...

    Belgium - Brussels and Brugge

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 16, 2013

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    ... bikes (seriously, see the photo) and bikes with various trailers, seats, and luggage racks attached. The place we stayed was a 3 room B&B which was like staying in something out of the 1700’s, it was really beautiful.

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    To beer or not to beer

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Jun 19, 2013

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    ... which was used in the Middle Ages to care for sick pilgrims. The oldest bridge dates back to the 15th century and is still in use today. We saw the city's smallest window, a tiny opening high up on the wall, and heard that there were many bricked up window spaces in Bruges due to the window tax. Residents had to pay tax for every window they had in their homes, so rich people had lots of windows and the poor didn't. If the tax couldn't be paid, ...

    A day at the beach

    A travel blog entry by saradehner on Aug 20, 2012

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    ... or get off of it! I swear, Joan nearly peed her pants...! If only we had a video....

    After all the excitement of the horses, we cleaned up and headed to the bar. Surprisingly, it wasn't a whole lot different than many places back home. Minus the fact it's not uncommon to stay until 7 or 8am! Considering we were still recovering from jetlag and had plans to head to the beach early Sunday morning, we called it quits at 4am.

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    Bruges

    A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Jul 14, 2012

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    ... lot of shops which had lovely wooden toys and Christmas decorations. Ben picked out one to take home, it was beautifully hand painted.

    We continued walking and came to the Markt, this is the centre of the town. From what we had read The Markt boasted great architecture, and it didn't disappoint. By this time it was mid afternoon and we were getting a bit thirsty. We found a bar and decided to sample some more Belgium Beer. It ...