Hotel Restaurant 't Veerhuis

Address: Veerweg 2, Wamel, Gelderland, 6659 KD, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Veerweg 2, Wamel.
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      What a day

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 23, 2014

      20 photos

      Saturday 23rd August 2014

      We set off in bright sunshine but within minutes a big black weather front was catching us up. We changed to wet gear and it lashed it down. We tried to steer from inside in the worst of the storm but the windows kept misting up and the pretty but relatively small canal was difficult to steer as it had twist and turns plus oncoming boats, so John and Simon went back to steer outside. John hastily put up ...

      Day 29: Hoek Van Holland to Papendrecht

      A travel blog entry by jimboandsusan on Jun 16, 2014

      12 photos

      Distance: 92km Cumulative distance: 1206km Distance spent trying to find accommodation: 10km! Best Convenience: ferries! Riding conditions: smooth and flat Weather: wind, rain, clouds. Ferries taken: 2 Our plan for today was pretty simple, ride as far as we could to make up some time. And the start of the day was quite obliging. We left the hotel and headed as far west as we could, to the very end of the Rhine, which meant traversing the rock wall ...

      The low lands

      A travel blog entry by sugottfried on Nov 25, 2013

      4 photos

      Well, today we spent most of our time on board, but we did learn a lot about the Netherlands. So here's your lesson for today. The Netherlands ( low lands) 15,000 square miles 17,000,000 pepole. Densest country in the world. 70 percent is at or below sea level. 900 years ago, the land owners attracted farmers because they got the land for free. Thousands of dams, dikes, locks, and windmills to fight the water. Miles of steel gates (dams) in the ...

      They milk the cows in the pasture

      A travel blog entry by my-house on Sep 12, 2013

      4 comments, 20 photos

      ... are to the right. Everything is modern, clean and efficiently run by the Hoekstras. Miniature goats and this small chicken coop complete the picture.
      The town is small but has lovely bakeries and small shops of all kinds. There are street stands where you select your fish and they will cook it for you.
      I'd forgotten about the thatched roofs. Quite impressive.
      Tomorrow we head to Amsterdam. ...

      75 How to cover a lifetime in a few hours

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jul 04, 2013

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... till around them or are now in the middle of town.

      My GPS showed me the way to cover the 90 km and to got me hopelessly lost during the last 150 meters as Ted lives in a warren of oddly connected streets. In the end I had to ring him to get me home. And there we stood shaking hands and bridging nearly 55 years and 5 seconds. I followed Ted on his pushbike through the "pedestrians only" street (hence the GPS confusion). At home ...