TripAdvisor Reviews Klein Poelland Renesse
Travel Blogs from Renesse
... in Goegerlard? It was a very traditional Dutch restaurant which was delightful. The night consisted of champagne, smoked eel, a massive amount of mussels and a Dutch dessert! It was a wonderful way to spend our last night - so lucky! We had a change of plans with our flight to paris - we are flying Air France which at the moment are in the middle if a strike so our flight was cancelled! So instead of a really early morning start we have a much more suitable fast train ride!! To Paris we ...
... us that there was Wifi here – hooray!! We got our iPads and sure enough no problem. We heard the sound of horse hooves and it looked like a tourist attraction sightseeing trip.
We went to the VVV Tourist info shop to see what we should see, but there was only a walk to see a couple of interesting buildings as the main attraction is the very old harbour area. Like the last village there is a row of shops along ...
... pool right next door! We went in the next morning and it was fantastic, very modern and clean, not busy and only 2.50 Euros. I guess they're a long way from the sea so this is their solution. We kept on trucking north that afternoon and experienced German motorways. It felt like we were in a race, but not really competing going at 60mph, with most cars zooming by making us feel like we were stationary - or sometimes even going backwards. We ...
... he was very nice to explain the menu and we gave him our selection of the pre-fix menus we wanted. The waiter told a little bit about the building and the town. He even informed us that it was rumored that Napoleon had once slept in one of the rooms in the hotel. While we waited for our food, I wanted to Google more about the town and the building. Since this guy seemed to like to joke around, the next time the waiter came by I told him that I was googling ...
... than you were in heaven. For the rest of us, it was not what we had expected. Thankfully it didn't rain as we had our lunch. If it had, we were told that if we wanted to keep dry we could eat and take shelter in nearby German Bunker still standing since World War II. If so, the lunch would have probably consisted of snitzel and sauerkraut. Carolyn and I decided that we would bike the next 10 miles as we felt like our ...
Other places to stay in Renesse
Duinwekken 5, Postbus 70, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $127
Rampweg 16-18, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $129
Vroonweg 35, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Korte Reke 5, Renesse | Hotelfrom $103
Laone 2-6, Renesse | Hotelfrom $152
Stoofwekken 5, Renesse | 3 star hotelfrom $107