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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      Land of the windmills

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 25, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... lines of windmills and dykes. There are only 2 of the 19 windmills open to the public at a cost which we weren't prepared to pay so much, so we walked and took photos and that was fine by us as we had all been inside windmills before. Afterwards we had tea and coffee at the tea room and had another look at the Archimedean screws that bring vast quantities of water out of the dykes and into the river. These windmills are still working to keep the ...

      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 ...

      Day 27, 28, 29 - The Dutch Experience

      A travel blog entry by abs08 on Sep 13, 2013

      4 photos

      ... the occasional drizzle against the face – a true Dutch experience. We visited Utrecht University, its library and different campus buildings and then headed slightly out of town to a beautiful, hidden away countryside of Rijnauwen. It had little canals everywhere, countless trails and parks. We spent a couple of hours sitting by a canal and read our books (she actually had study to do!). On the way back, we bought some beers and went back to ...

      Sleep has Forgotten it's my Friend

      A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 20, 2013

      6 photos

      ... we drove over to Tino and Hellen's for strawberry cake and more conversation. Their two boys are getting bigger everytime I see them. Ivo, the older of the two, came with us on a frantic drive to the airport. The road system seemed beset with roadworks and odd diversion signs. At one point we ended up at the cargo bay and had to detour 5 miles round to the other side. I was starting to think I wouldn't make my flight, but of course I did.