Hotel Waalwijk

Address: Burgemeester van der Klokkenlaan 55, Waalwijk, Noord-Brabant, 5141 EG, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Burgemeester van der Klokkenlaan 55, Waalwijk, is near Efteling.
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      Windmills Whoosh

      A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Aug 29, 2014

      4 photos

      ... for water/canal control and two massive turbines for flow regulation. We visited a windmill and got to see how the local families live, the ones who still live in the windmills today. Hard to believe you could live in the windmill with your family as it was very compact.

      The windmills were built around the 1700's and at one stage the ...

      Gouda cheese market

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 21, 2014

      3 comments, 16 photos

      ... placed with a clapping of the hand, this is then accepted or denied and a counter price is offered again with a clapping of the hand this goes on until an agreeable price is reached then they shake hands and bring the second hand into the shake to show all around the deal is secure. Then they write it down on paper. Then the cheeses are taken to the weigh house and weighed which confirms the deal and weights written down ...

      Bike Tour Day 3: Leiden - Gouda 45.1 km

      A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Apr 26, 2014

      21 photos

      ... we saw were 300 - 400 years old. Our ride today took us along the Old Rhine river and through the Dutch Groene Hart ('Green Heart'). The Groene Hart is surrounded by a ring of cities, the four major ones being, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague. Much of the land in the Groene Hart is too wet to build on, so has been left as wetlands or used for farming and cutting peat. It was absolutely gorgeous to ride through today, across the polders and along dykes. When we ...

      Rotterdam, Netherlands

      A travel blog entry by soflukes3 on Jul 31, 2013

      23 photos

      ... spooky because there weren't alot of people around but it was nice and relaxing. It was also +35 outside with no we were very drained by the time we got home. We cooked dinner (chicken, steam veggies, and potatoes yum yum) and then had some wine with the hostel workers and headed out for a night on the town. Again we made it back just in time for breakfast :) the sunrise is also beautiful in Rotterdam ! Off to Belgium tomorrow ...

      Arrival in Utrecht - a Tower & a Library

      A travel blog entry by eveleigc on Mar 25, 2013

      ... windy outside. Found bar restaurant called Quignon which looks very stylish with low lighting and comfy leather seating. The menu is completely in Dutch, the waiter offered to help but I found KlassFondue that I inferred was cheese fondue before he came back, ordered a rose wine as well, sorted. The restaurant comes with its own white and black fluffy cat, which was sat on the back of a sofa on the way in. I managed to stroke it briefly before it batted at ...