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Travel Blogs from Renesse
... amp; soak up some sun. Got to Gouda & the car park for campervans was half dug up as they were doing some sort of construction adjacent to it. It was not the sort of place we wanted to stay for the night (well I actually didn't care at this stage). So, on the road again & parked up at a lovely litte Aire in Oud- Beijerland. Soaked up some sunshine, cooked up a feast in the camper, had a drink in the pub next door & got onto the wifi. It didn't turn out so bad after ...
... Basilica built in 1892. We have noticed that some of the smaller towns and bigger villages have enormous churches that the devoted must have put thousands of money and lots of energy to create these incredible churches, but some are now converted into apartments and music venues etc and no longer anything to do with religions at all, so it was good to see at least one in its magnificence. It is built of white (like Portland) stone and as a replica of St ...
... It is the biggest port in Europe, employing 300000+ people. It was quite interesting to see, but I didn't want to stick around.
The place we stayed in was very nice and very reasonably priced, so we decided to stay an extra night. It was a conference hotel in a country location, and again, we were almost the only people there. It was half the price of any other hotel I could find..I don't get it. Anyway...
... street in a small gap in the traffic. Francoise is graceful and smiles widely when we greet. making sure I’m ok before beginning the walk home. She, like much of Netherlands is without car, having everything she needs within riding distance.
We walk the streets, crossing the bridge I found better than television, the queuing cars and people breaking through the barrier like a race. We snake our way through the streets, with me trying to remember the path as we go. ...
... youtube.com/watch?v=cle20lQ g0Qs&NR=1) to intimidate their opponents, and now used by Cranberry Snack to intimidate opponents...although we end up laughing at ourselves a bit too much during it and don't look quite as scary as we should.
All in all, our games were filled with rollercoaster emotions.... extreme elation when we scored an upwind point and drooped heads when the other team did.... since we knew it was ...
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Duinwekken 5, Postbus 70, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $149
Rampweg 16-18, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Vroonweg 35, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $101
Korte Reke 5, Renesse | Hotelfrom $98
Laone 2-6, Renesse | Hotelfrom $130
Stoofwekken 5 (PO Box 58 - 4325 ZH), Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $144
LaÃ´ne 15, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $92