Mercure Hotel Tilburg Centrum

Heuvelpoort 300, Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, 5038 DT, Netherlands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Centrum area of Tilburg, is near Beekse Bergen Safari Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Tilburg

    A day after India, how I'm feeling

    A travel blog entry by cliona on Jan 26, 2014

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... homes then moved them 40km outside the city, with no running water, toilets, shelters...these people have families. The poverty is hidden, but with no solutions. Each city differed on this front. Delhi had it all, like everyone says, you can find everything in Delhi, and this goes from wholesale goods to've read my experiences, so I don't need to repeat everything I saw and did, but now that I'm home I can actually feel...they say we can't cry unless we feel safe, ...

    Tilburg/Sittard- Where Anita and Jonne call home

    A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Oct 23, 2013

    24 photos

    ... included mashed potatoes mixed with bacon and greens with delicious Dutch sausage. That night we decided to go out into the city centre where we danced and drunk the night away with Jonne's football team.

    On our last day in Sittard Paul went with Ruud (Jonne's dad) to watch Jonne play football and Anita and I went window shopping around town. Again that night Tiny made another traditional dish called zoervleis (which translates to sour meat). It is ...

    Oh, Tiptoe From the Garden

    A travel blog entry by cdrgray on Apr 09, 2012

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... more in Amsterdam, but you see them everywhere in all weather.
    Back to the windmills: they are beautiful in Kinderdijk, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We were able to go into the "visitor's windmill" while it was operating. We viewed the living quarters of the miller and his family and then climbed to the top of the windmill. It was very interesting.
    Tomorrow: Delft

    Beekse Bergen Safari Park

    A travel blog entry by where-else on Apr 29, 2011

    4 photos

    Today we make our way to the Beekse Bergen Safari park to encounter a variety of animals in a mock African- styled environment. This park is very special as it provide tour bus which takes you through the different enclosure that is catered to different type of animals. Other than the Birds of the Prey show in the park you may also do 4 other different types of touring. That includes the bus, boat, walking on foot through the park and driving ...


    A travel blog entry by nola_stuart on Apr 26, 2011

    11 photos

    We sailed from Nijmegen to Kinderdijk overnight. Kinderdijk is a UNESCO World Heritage site with 19 windmills. These were built to drain the land that has and continues to settle. The windmill we toured was built in 1738. Millers who now live in the windmills pay a small rent, but must run the windmills a certain number of hours per year. There is very little living space in ...