Hotel de Tovenaarsberg

Address: Den Hool 10, Holsloot, Drenthe, 7845, Netherlands | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Den Hool 10, Holsloot, is near Noorder Dierenpark (Northern Zoo).
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Travel Blogs from Holsloot

Zwolle & Beerz

A travel blog entry by ric_cheetham on Jul 09, 2015

... ways to get out of the washing up! When I went back to get the washing some Dutch ladies had finished it and dried it for us which was very nice, maybe this fainting thing was a good tactic after all. Decided to move on after 2 nights as the site was a bit noisy, especially the miserable Scottish folk next to us, they should have their T5 taken away ...

Afternoon with Saskia Mark Tante Nelly & Oom H

A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Sep 17, 2014

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A nice afternoon and evening with cousin Saskia, Mark Tante Nelly and Oom Henk.

The weather was perfect for a tree top walk and Heather Walk at Het Boomkroonpad.

Then dinner at Chinese Restaurant Wo Hing in Assen.


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Hi guys. Netherlands to germany today

A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 14, 2014

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Hi guys.. today amsterdam is finished and drove a few hours to a place I read about called giethoorn. Its a village only accessible of water. We rented a small motor boat to tracel through. The best pictures are on the camera, but here are a few from my ...

Giethoorn the water village

A travel blog entry by arjunroy on Sep 08, 2014

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I left amsterdam today to head back to germany. Stopped at a place called giethoorn which is an entire village in water. You can rent a boat for just 15 euros and sail around for an hour. It was interesting but the drive back through european mountains and farmland was equally ...

Emmen

A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Sep 08, 2014

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... off the train and take a dive into the worlds largest harmonium museum on the way back out. Neither of us had ever seen a harmonium but we soon discovered they are much like an old school keyboard. We had a demo from the caretaker and then carried on our way to the other end of the museum via boat. Stopping to have some coffee, cake and a photo in front of a giant clog house before wandering down through the old village and some traditional peat houses. Sean ...