Hotel de Moriaan

Address: Moriaan 41a, Oirschot, Noord-Brabant, 5688 ER, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Moriaan 41a, Oirschot.
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Travel Blogs from Oirschot

Windmills, Dykes, and Dutch countryside.

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick on Jun 07, 2014

4 comments, 15 photos

... castle in the Netherlands seems to refer to a "large" house not the castles we think of (the English/Scottish type). We found the road and drove down a narrow road populated with cyclists and finally found a parking space on the shoulder--then walked back to the castle--only to find that it is only open on Monument Day as it is still a private residence. While walking we passed a stork nest (they make these tall stands for the storks to use--they used to use peoples ...

So nearly home...

A travel blog entry by carolina.bailey on Jul 05, 2013

1 photo

... been such an amazing adventure, I wouldn't change it for the world! :-) We're at a campsite in Breda, the Netherlands, which seemed like a good place to stop so we would only have about 50 miles to do in the morning, but what a bonus place we found!! Decided we were again too tired to put the tent up so asked for a cabin... Got a fully modern trailer home, two separate bedrooms, kitchen with ...

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

... benefit.

There is a long-standing tradition in the Netherlands of collecting reed for making roofs and other necessities. Another similar tradition is that of collecting willow branches: they are cut on a regular basis, depending on the required thickness of the twig. Because willow trees sucker, they are perfect for this use. Some individual trees are hundreds of years old and still have their branches removed every year.

The waterways on which we were travelling ...

Only a few days to go!!

A travel blog entry by brendadekater on Jan 21, 2008

1 photo

... nice and hopefully comfortable accomodation for me in Havana Vedado, which is one of the older parts of the Havana city center and right in the middle of the nightlife scene in this city.. therefore not only crazily awesome for me... (which it is of course!).. but also for my thesis since I am writing about music experiences about the locals and tourists! I will stay at this casa particulares for, at ...