Landgoed Hotel De Wilmersberg

Rhododendronlaan 7, De Lutte, Overijssel, 7587 NL, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rhododendronlaan 7, De Lutte, is near Palthehuis Museum and The Plechelmus Basilica.
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    Travel Blogs from De Lutte

    Look kids, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben

    A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Aug 12, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... of schnitzel you would like. I really enjoyed Schnitzelburg, so much in fact that after polishing off my schnitzel I helped the girls to finish off theirs. I'm not sure if it is the schnitzel, or if it is the sausage (from the pig), or if it is the beer but I seem to have picked up a slight ailment since we have been in Germany, I believe it is known as German Gut. We may have to do some strenuous bike rides on the flatlands of the Netherlands to help me get over this ...

    Preparations.

    A travel blog entry by isabelmarie on Jul 27, 2014

    ... for 600$ per month for 2 months at Cane Garden Bay inclusive sea view. Now I can surely laugh at all the tourists who pay this amount of money for one week in a hotel! Haha :) I guess the other days where I am "homeless" will be organized when I am there.

    I looked up some places I want to see and planned things like surfing and snorkeling and all this paradise stuff. I still need to think of an internship assignment though.
    Excitement increases with every day! YEAH!
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    Berlin, Munich and Bad Bentheim

    A travel blog entry by deejaypoitzmann on Jun 24, 2014

    8 photos

    ... many ways. Munich is incredible. The city holds so much history which is visible through it's amazing architecture. We spent a whole day walking through the city and the beautiful Englischer Garten just marvelling at the huge, old buildings that are literally breathtaking. We were gasping at every corner we turned as we'd see another building with huge pillars and beautifully designed arches. I will attach some pictures so you can see them too. We also went to Dachau ...

    The Bus to Berlin Part II (Mila's version)

    A travel blog entry by lerato.t on Mar 27, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    The bus got stopped at 2am for passport control! These Europeans are so serious! This is Mila taking over Lerato's blog because I need to stress how dramatic this is. She's too simple and to-the-point. Lights switched on at 2:15 AM but that's cool because I'm not getting any sleep in my 3cmX3cm seat space and Lerato's head on me. 1 lady and 1 policeman walk in and say passports and people were scared. Like even I was and I know I'm eu ...

    Back to Uelsen and church with the family!

    A travel blog entry by kris.jones.528 on Mar 23, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... We told him that and they told us that Dad reminded them of a pastor that came there in the 1990s! What a small, small world. More relatives came in and out throughout the day, and we just feel so fortunate to have met these wonderful friends and family. We hope they come visit us in the USA. We trekked to Arnhem to visit the John Frost bridge, where the Battle of Arnhem was held and Operation Market Garden. What a history ...