Landgoed Jachtslot de Mookerheide

Address: Heumensebaan 2, Molenhoek, Gelderland, 6584, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Heumensebaan 2, Molenhoek, is near Liberation Museum 1944, Liberation Museum 1944, and de Goffert Stadium.
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      Travel to Deurne

      A travel blog entry by richardandelly on Jan 06, 2015

      6 photos

      ... call with Oma to see how life was back in NZ. After dinner a number of Elly's family turned up for drinks and we all had quite a few laughs talking about family happenings. A number of them mentioned when coming into the house "Och Elly you look so like Tante Miep" After drinks Riny offered me croquette & frekindel for late night snack. What could I say!! I do enjoy a late night snack after beers sometimes. What a host ha ...

      FAQ

      A travel blog entry by erath on Dec 30, 2014

      ... working hours?
      In general: Monday to Friday, from 8.30h to 17.00. Exceptions are possible of course.

      4) How often will you return home?
      Most likely once. Perhaps sometimes during the hot summer days of Japan, but that is something I will decide on later.

      3) What will you take with you?
      Two suitcases with clothing, some small electronics (tablet / MP3 player/ e-reader), the study books of ...

      Amsterdam. Wheels.

      A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 19, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... this swamp land, by sending down foundations made of oak tree trunks. Now they use concrete because after a time the oak trees degrade and the buildings become unstable. Many of the homes look a little drunk. They are leaning oddly to one side or forward over the footpath. This has now become an attractive feature. They repair the foundations then sell the house to tourist operators as quirky hotel sites for Americans. Another, this time deliberate, feature is to build the ...

      John walks the plank to go shopping!

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Sep 07, 2012

      6 photos

      7th September 2012

      The same again, tea at 7 and got up at 9am - the best laid plans and all that!

      We then sorted out camping, did a bit of shopping and got some bits from the chandlers. We then set off to find a quiet spot where we could carry on our preparations for Spring Tide's painting. We did lots of meticulous rubbing down, tackling rust spots (not many) and a bit ...

      The Netherlands do have hills!

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 21, 2012

      3 comments, 10 photos

      ... of the river during the winter and long periods of heavy rain. The river is allowed to flow at 1 knot normally, today it was flowing at 2 knots + which accounted for our slow progress.

      When we arrived in Arnhem the weather was sunny and warm and so after mooring up, we went shopping for essentials (as it is Sunday tomorrow and of course all shops are closed (we do have to keep reminding ourselves what day it is because of ...