Hotel de Milliano

Address: Promenade 4, Breskens, Zeeland, 4511 RB, Netherlands | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Promenade 4, Breskens, is near Town Hall and Iguana Reptile Zoo.
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    Travel Blogs from Breskens

    Back in the Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by westolz on May 05, 2014

    ... afford to live here." Back to the ship for a disembarkation briefing from Nick, our Cruise Manager and then to lunch. It is a beautiful day, so the four of us went to the top deck & enjoyed the sunshine and view as we cruised to Kinderdijk. We arrived at the dock at 3:00 and on arrival went on a self-guided tour of Kinderdijk. We first saw a movie about the town and its 19 windmills. We walked along the water to ...

    Some time apart in Brugge

    A travel blog entry by holdfast on Oct 26, 2013

    6 photos

    ... another one". More to come...... Well like Pamela said, we have been very domesticated this morning and I was happy to let Pamela go through the museum at her own speed. Just gave her some money and left her at the door whilst ensuring she knew her way home. It sounds more condescending when it is written down. My photo tour was great. There was only two of us on the tour which was great as I had told the guide that I was a definite amateur. He showed ...

    On the road to Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by adamcarly on Jul 04, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... Once again just amazing! To see where and how her family with others had to live was mind blowing. To think she only need to survive a few more months to see the end of the war. We had dinner and headed down to the red light district - which again is mind blowing. The canals where lined with coppled streets and tall skinny buildings that had windows the size of doors. The windows were occupied with prositutes trying to sell their services and once taken a red curtain would ...

    The Attic on Iris Street

    A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jul 17, 2012

    16 photos

    ... picnic and flasks of tea and we spent the whole next day touring the Province of Zeeland. In the 50’s they had a devastating flood in which many people died. Since then a lot more land has been ‘reclaimed’ from the water and new storm barriers have been built. The whole place is criss-crossed with canals to manage the water levels and keep the dry land dry. (The answer to 'Why are Dutch people so tall?' Because they all live ...

    Final day in Belgium

    A travel blog entry by jeffanddana on Jul 16, 2011

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Museum. Brugge had a very large and famous church-run hospital in the past. The space has now been converted into a museum to display the works of arts that the hospital church acquired. The paintings were quite impressive.

    By the time we were done both the church and the hospital, it started raining quite hard. We stopped by the Saturday market to pick up some lunch and then ...