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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    Travel Blogs from Vlissingen

    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, ...

    Canals and chocolates

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Feb 22, 2014

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    ... at least 35% cocoa but the percentage is usually much higher than that in the higher quality chocolates. Several shops were giving out samples - nice! After perusing a few shops, we decided where to buy from and had fun picking out all the different flavours of shiny brown jewels to fill our box. We eventually made it to the main square - the Markt. A very old square, the Belfry (with the tall tower) on one side, the town hall on another and the other two sides ...

    Teach me how to Brugge

    A travel blog entry by pamelankatie on Aug 11, 2013

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    ... kidding. The Begijnhof is a walled area of the city with a cluster of houses from the 12th century. It was originally for nun-type ladies called beguines who committed themselves to chastity and Christ but not poverty like other nuns, so the buildings are quite pretty. It is still used today (part of it is also a museum) and some of the same rules apply, including no male visitors overnight! BEEEEEEEEEEER! Now onto the brewery tour! De Halve Maan ...

    The Flemish stew & philosophy

    A travel blog entry by ucfgirl55 on Apr 29, 2013

    ... cute to see ... The place is small, warm and cozy. I've heard her speak at least three languages ... So as she clears my table - I asked her how many languages she speaks: she rattled off: French, English, German, Dutch & Flemish! It's utterly amazing. Tonight, I need to reorganize my luggage to determine how much room I have for chocolate ... Can I even bring chocolate back to the States?? I should google this when I get back to the ...

    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.

    What seemed ...