Hotel Roermond

Stationsplein 9 , Roermond, Limburg, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Stationsplein 9 , Roermond, is near Maasplassen, Roermond.
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    Ugh.

    A travel blog entry by lacymeghan on Aug 31, 2014

    ... evening. We ended up being stranded in a town in the middle of Nowhere, Germany and ended up staying the night in an odd little inn. We got up early the next morning to catch a 6:30am train and were back on our way. After a full 24 hours of traveling, we finally reached our hostel and were able to check in to our rooms at long last. It was a total fluke of a stop and although we never intended to, we added a pin in our map somewhere in northern Germany.
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    The Goodbye Girl/The Road to Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by elisapasch on Aug 23, 2014

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    Almost two years ago, someone asked me how I saw myself in five years. I started thinking, and I thought of myself being much richer than I was at the time. Not richer in money, but in culture, experience and knowledge. Coming to IBA [International Business Administration], where I got the opportunity to meet so many amazing people from all over the world was an important step in achieving that goal. Now, it is time to take the next level and apply for the once in a ...

    Maastricht - Day 3

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 23, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... most of what is on google is in dutch, so I cant tell you much. What I can figure out was this area was originally called Linie van Du Moulin, after its designer, Colonel-Ingenieur Carel Diederick Du Moulin, who built it between 1773 and 1777. It covers 15ha. (knew it was big) The canal type structures I saw were dry moats. I can only assume having a moat (even one without water) in the ...

    Maastricht - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... to run the limestone mine. The tour was awesome. The mines have no power so they took us down with gas lamps. About 20 people and 3 lamps to light the way. That made it very realistic. It was very dark down there. At one point the guide dared us all to walk along one corridor, with no lights, which of course almost everybody did. We could only feel our way along the wall, in the darkness, and it was pitch black. ...

    Maastricht - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Aug 21, 2014

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    ... from place to place. I toddled off down to the train station, got my ticket, found out the next train was leaving in five minutes, which gave me just enough time to get to the platform, drag my bags on board and find a seat. I do like these dutchie trains, they have wifi like the italians. Froggy's are clearly to cheap for such things. Made it to Maastricht and the sun was shining, finally some sunshine. It was so beautiful. I walked to ...