Hotel de Oolderhofjes

Address: Broekstraat 35, Herten, Limburg, 6049 CJ, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Broekstraat 35, Herten, is near Basilica of Our Lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwbasiliek).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel de Oolderhofjes Herten

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Travel Blogs from Herten

Düsseldorf

A travel blog entry by terrence.europe on Jul 29, 2015

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So for those who ever plan to travel to west Germany, one day in Düsseldorf is more than enough haha. I took the train out of Brussels and arrived in Düsseldorf around 3pm. The girls that I stayed with in Scotland are actually from this province and had just arrived home last week so they came and picked me up from the hostel not long after I arrived. First they took me to an old ...

Some long overdue cleaning

A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 23, 2015

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About 35 years-- that's how long! Denise went into town to do some shopping and I stayed at home to do some tidying up which developed into a full-blown detail clean of the galley floor-- which needed it. One cannot make an interesting blog chapter out of that topic so I will not try. We planned to go to dinner at the restaurant shown in one of yesterday's photos but I was so engrossed in cleaning I forgot to book. Missed out. More ...

An easy trip to Venlo

A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 22, 2015

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... because it does not look the best if they are left out. They come out again when we reach the next lock. The height above water level for effective contact in locks varies with every one of them so that keeps her busy at a tense time. The mooring ropes come into use when in locks and at our evening port. The photo shows the fore and aft "spring" that is essential to keep the boat positively located. She does all this very well and very routinely ...

Getting to Roermond and another inactive day

A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jul 21, 2015

... minute taxi ride and twenty minute limp on Denise's shoulder we made it back to the boat, a beer, a most welcome meal and bed. 21st Recovering for both of us--"Are we too old for this?" Denise found the harbourmaster in the morning, got us booked in, found a supermarket, bought some things for herself because she also wasn't well. She then mixed it up too strongly, took some and immediately made herself worse. Both of us are thus in the wars. So ...

"The 2013 voyage begins!"

A travel blog entry by issywiz on May 07, 2013

6 comments, 4 photos

... it before from the little ferry but it was great to see it from our boat as we sailed by.

It was great to have a speed indicator outside but both instruments were working perfectly. Well done that man! We brought the chart plotter outside but the socket didn't seem to work and at first we weren’t sure if it was just too bright. Then we tried our GPS from the car which is useful to know how fast you are going in Km per hour as some of the signs give that as ...