Hotel de Moriaan

Address: Moriaan 41a, Oirschot, Noord-Brabant, 5688 ER, Netherlands | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 19, 2014

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... the day okay. Arrived in Rotterdam at 3:45pm. We saw our first Dutch windmill (1856) for this trip not far out of Breda, and then many more in the area of Kinderdijk about 15km from Rotterdam. The 19 windmills at Kinderdijk were built about 1740 to help control the water in that area. They are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are one of Hollands best known tourist attractions. We also saw another tourist favourite ...

#2 - Slot Loevestein

A travel blog entry by gab4ever on Mar 30, 2014

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... waterlinie was useless... What a shame!

The castle and its property are amazing. It is all well done for kids, what makes it even better. When you enter you get a key and you can use it to open some boxes and the stories start. Really nice. They told about all the ages the castle went through.

I thought it was worth the visit.

We saw a real Ark - have we had that much rain?

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 14, 2012

20 photos

... high finance, travelling the world and 5 years running a countries national bank! You never know who you will be meeting or rubbing shoulders with do you?

When we got back to Spring Tide we had our evening meal, but not before we had a nice long and relatively clear, video chat on Skype with Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella - they all look great and sounded well too, Skype is brilliant.

And so endeth today’s chapter, ...

Canoe trip in the Biesbosch

A travel blog entry by ecopauline on May 19, 2011

3 comments, 18 photos

... scenery and see as much wildlife as possible, as well as making frequent stops. It was very rewarding! It was in the small canals that we saw the most unusual species and avoided any other boat traffic.

We saw tons of meerkoet and fuut (see pictures), mostly sitting on nests or with little babies trailing behind them. Fuut remind me of loons as they are very distinguished and have the same diving behaviour. We stopped at a very random viewing platform, and from there we saw lots ...


A travel blog entry by amberyan on Feb 02, 2008

1 comment, 10 photos

... all in every costume imaginable ! We had a great time dancing till our feet were saw & the last train was going home ! But that is not the end of Carnaval - the big even is the Monday when the winners of the small parades in the smaller towns come together for a massive parade in Breda - and you wouldnt believe the floats - some of them were the size of two semi trailers - filed with costumed people , moving parts & music - the only way that people could possibly make ...