Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant De Kempen

Address: Turnhoutseweg 48, Reusel, North Brabant Province, 5541, The Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Turnhoutseweg 48, Reusel.
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    A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jul 19, 2014

    9 photos

    ... through and one happening as we rode to our motel in Rotterdam. Not our sort of music very loud and very African. It was 35deg when we booked into our pre-paid motel room to find that it wasn't aircon. The website we booked on (booking.com) did not make that clear in fact it was deceptive. One scathing review coming up. Luckily there's a cool change on the way tonight. All in all a fascinating day where we saw some great sights, ...

    Amsterdam. Wheels.

    A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 19, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... wider at the top than at the bottom. This is to do with protecting the lower floors from too much rain in the two hundred days of rain they get a year. We have had pleasant weather today so we must be one of the one hundred and sixty-five days without rain. The traffic here is terrifying. Apparently it is not normally like this but because it is the Easter weekend and a sunny day, everyone has come out for a day in the city. They come in many ways but mostly on bicycles. I ...

    Saskia's home

    A travel blog entry by jaugustyn on Aug 18, 2012

    7 photos

    My friend Saskia who visited KS as an occupational therapy exchange student herself was kind enough to invite us all to her home near Essen. She had a lot of animals including horses, chickens, dogs, ponies, and a cat as well as a beautiful home.

    The night was surreal. Minus having some scratchy eyes from the cat.. We had some Cava out on her porch, ate a very nice meal inside, and then ...

    Canoe trip in the Biesbosch

    A travel blog entry by ecopauline on May 19, 2011

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... scenery and see as much wildlife as possible, as well as making frequent stops. It was very rewarding! It was in the small canals that we saw the most unusual species and avoided any other boat traffic.

    We saw tons of meerkoet and fuut (see pictures), mostly sitting on nests or with little babies trailing behind them. Fuut remind me of loons as they are very distinguished and have the same diving behaviour. We stopped at a very random viewing platform, and from there we saw lots ...

    Fairtrade city

    A travel blog entry by rbair on Jul 05, 2009

    12 photos

    I just got back from a really bizarre bike trip. Ever since I got here I have been wanting to bike long distances, but I haven't mustered up the courage to do it. Well this Saturday I was working in the lab and I had an intense, "I hate this, I’m leaving" feeling. So I left the lab, went home and packed. …. By “packed” I mean grabbed a few sandwiches and my tent and started biking. Scribbled on ...