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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      Another foggy morning!

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      Saturday 20th September 2014

      We awoke to more fog, so had to wait for it to clear again, but this time it was not so long. It was more important today t have good visibility as we had to cross the busy shipping lanes. When we got out of the narrow canal and on to the Volkerak, we could see for - mile so we felt happy and carried on to cross at the narrowest point. We could see several barges but ...

      Windmills, Dykes, and Dutch countryside.

      A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick on Jun 07, 2014

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... that is not safe). The nest was abandoned though. On we walked tip we came to a small snacking area called Speeltuin Nederhemert so we decided to have lunch. It was so relaxing to sit under the trees with good friends/family and watch the families and their children playing in a playground beside this area. Mid and Peter had tosti ham en kaas (which is toasted ham and cheese) while Becky and I had tosti kaas (toasted cheese). We also ordered 2 plates of frites (french ...

      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 ...

      Isi get excited over a plank of wood.

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 13, 2012

      11 photos

      ... has suffered numerous sieges. The old quarter is surrounded by water and has kept the shape of its ramparts which have been transformed into an esplanade. We did a tiny part as it is 7k to go round. We saw the 16C Dalem Gate and a windmill.

      The great church dates from the 15th C and is remarkable for its tall 16th C tower. Whilst it was being built, it was realised that the edifice was collapsing and so the ...

      Canoe trip in the Biesbosch

      A travel blog entry by ecopauline on May 19, 2011

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... be maintained regularly. It the reed is not harvested or at least cut back, willow trees move in and the forest takes over. That is not necessarily a bad thing but in order to have a healthy ecosystem there has to be some diversity on the landscape. If the whole area was only willow forest without the reed beds and the open water, there would be much less diversity. This system is highly diverse as many species of birds that are rare in the Netherlands are found here, as well as the ...