Mercure Hotel Dordrecht

Address: Rijksstraatweg 30, Dordrecht, Zuid-Holland, 3316 EH, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Industriegebied West area of Dordrecht, is near The Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout.
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Travel Blogs from Dordrecht

Gouda to Dordrecht - rain & windmills

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 28, 2014

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... were done, it seemed like it might actually work a bit better than the paper maps. Finally, as we started to head out we put the built in rain fly around my pannier bag. Erika's pannier's were designed a bit differently with a kayak style dry bag mechanism that you roll shut from the top. I actually liked her bag considerably better than mine. At any rate, if you haven't done much cycling, most panniers (side bags that fit on your bike rack) typically have a built in rain ...

At last, a nights sleep!

A travel blog entry by cruise_buddies on Apr 26, 2014

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... and our 1.30 train didn't depart until quite a lot later.
It was a late and terse arrival into Bruges as tomtom did not recognize the address, so made it a mission to find. Research had shown car parking at train station was €3.5. Car park we whizzed onto Alex thought said €9 per day. We were beyond caring how much. Eventually found hotel, went back to car for luggage. Had a 15 minute turn around and it was onto the cobbles of Bruges. A ...

Bike Tour Day 2: Zandvoort - Leiden 41.7 km

A travel blog entry by kimrobbie on Apr 25, 2014

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... is a beautiful city. Hopefully we'll have some time in the morning for an explore before we head off to Gouda of cheese fame. Tomorrow is a special day in Holland - Konigsdag or King's Day - the first one since King Willemstad-Alexander was inaugurated on Queen's Day on 30 April 2013. Can't wait to see a sea of orange. Had a great dinner tonight, steak at an Argentinian restaurant. Bye and hope you all had a great Anzac Day. ...

We're Windmilled Out

A travel blog entry by marty387 on Aug 18, 2013

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... pasta with shrimp for dinner. Very bland to say the least, and all the reviews I read said the food on board the barge was excellent. After dinner our tour guide Ed took us on a tour of Dordrecht. It is a very beautiful town, with a picturesque waterside. Many of the buildings and home date back to the 1300's. One particular area was called "The Wine Street", as wine merchants from all of Europe manufactured their wine in this area. By 10 pm, it was time to call it a ...

Spinning silently in space......

A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Jul 17, 2013

2 comments, 10 photos

... in the world and we wanted to go in one! There is a reason why there are so many here. No less than 40% of The Netherlands was either below sea level or was a flood plain or marshland. This is an incredibly large proportion of a country that is one of the most densely populated in the world. The whole of the region where we are was peat bog (marshland). What the Dutch did was they built dikes, long embankments around low ...