Hotel Restaurant Van der Maas

Address: Grotestraat 7, Ootmarsum, Overijssel, 7631 BT, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Grotestraat 7, Ootmarsum.
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    Travel Blogs from Ootmarsum

    Family time in the Netherlands!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Feb 17, 2015

    ... the Netherlands so it is not celebrated in Amsterdam or Apeldoorn. I hadn't heard anything about it but when we got to Eindhoven I could see straight away how big it was. Literally everyone was involved and dressed up in the streets, kids, parents, even grandparents all celebrating together. We found a place to watch the parade and it started soon after. The floats were huge, so much music pumping and everyone dancing and dressed up. It all looked like so much fun! After the ...

    Hi guys. Netherlands to germany today

    A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 14, 2014

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    Hi guys.. today amsterdam is finished and drove a few hours to a place I read about called giethoorn. Its a village only accessible of water. We rented a small motor boat to tracel through. The best pictures are on the camera, but here are a few from my ...

    Giethoorn the water village

    A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 08, 2014

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    I left amsterdam today to head back to germany. Stopped at a place called giethoorn which is an entire village in water. You can rent a boat for just 15 euros and sail around for an hour. It was interesting but the drive back through european mountains and farmland was equally ...

    The Shul and Streets of Elburg

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 26, 2014

    We walked the Mid-evil streets of Elburg and saw the beautiful village houses, courtyards full of flowers and cobblestone streets too narrow for cars to pass through. The buildings still remain after the war. It is a beautiful town. The cobblestone streets outside of each business have a cobblestone shape intwined in the walkway. For example, the Shul, ...

    Vierhouten, Olderboek, Elburg

    A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 26, 2014

    ... that look like teardrops, and it is very fitting. The bodies of those murdered have been resumed and taken to a proper burial place.

    We went to Olderboek to the home where Maude was hidden from the summer of 1942 to Christmas of 1944. After the war, the NY part of the family sponsored Maude and her family so that they could come to the USA. Maud's father got a job in a hotel in Asheville, NC. He returned and did not like it there. He got a job as a bust boy at a restaurant ...