Pension "De Herberg Anno 1785"

Korte Reke 5, Renesse, Zeeland, 4325 AM, Netherlands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Renesse

Black Forest, Renesse Army windsurfing comp

A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 01, 2014

33 photos

... also getting on. Luckily, there is a lot of room and we managed to get on and then just put our bikes halfway down the carriage in the corridor. The ride back was lovely, made all the more so for being predominantly downhill - for long sections it felt like we were on electric bikes, just having to peddle every now and then to keep up appearances. We celebrated our enjoyable morning by eating a huge lunch out - Phoebe's portion was about ...

Back to Rotterdam via Dusseldorf

A travel blog entry by kerrieflett on Oct 02, 2013

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... for their holiday - poor people! We eventually made it to Dusseldorf, wandered around the city, had a late lunch and pottered around the shops for a couple of hours. We left the city at about 6pm so we hit some heavy traffic but were home in Rotterdam around ...

The Attic on Iris Street

A travel blog entry by rachnits on Jul 17, 2012

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... and flasks of tea and we spent the whole next day touring the Province of Zeeland. In the 50’s they had a devastating flood in which many people died. Since then a lot more land has been ‘reclaimed’ from the water and new storm barriers have been built. The whole place is criss-crossed with canals to manage the water levels and keep the dry land dry. (The answer to 'Why are Dutch people so tall?' Because they all live below ...

Nightmare in the lock!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jun 06, 2012

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... followed by spaghetti bolognaise and a quick walk round the town in the rain. It is a working fishing port with some really new and large fishing trawlers. We took some photos, lots of houses leaning this way and that and some of the interesting buildings, then back to Spring Tide.

The onion shaped tower and the tower next to the canal both house Carillion Bells! They play parts of tunes on the quarter hours and at the hour before striking the ...

How To Push Back The Sea

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts on Jun 06, 2010

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I'm up early and watching the light slowly fill my room that isn’t mine, with more plush toys that I have shoes. I really do miss the sunrise; it’s amazing what the presence of light can do to you. I head out along the canal and take a similar path to that shown by Francoise yesterday morning. Same actions are taken by different people – dogs walking men, kids holding hands with parents, oldies sitting and watching the water. The grey clouds come and threaten, but ...