Pension "De Herberg Anno 1785"

Address: Korte Reke 5, Renesse, Zeeland, 4325 AM, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Korte Reke 5, Renesse.
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Travel Blogs from Renesse

Black Forest, Renesse (Holland)

A travel blog entry by windystevej on Aug 01, 2014

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... on. Luckily, the trains are roomy and we 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 with Phoebe's portion about the size of a normal adult one. We were extremely ...

Willemstad to Schuddebeurs

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 30, 2014

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... the region of Zeeland, which is a series of small islands. Large parts of Zeeland are below sea level. In fact the catastrophic North Sea flood of 1953, which killed over 1,800 people in Zeeland, was the impetus for the protective Delta Works project. Of greater interest to Brian is that some of these islands were very good for kiting. I could see the excitement in Brian's eyes and I had to remind him that he would not be able to kite since all of our ...

Robot Factory

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 13, 2014

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... group started with the forage equipment factory. It was surprisingly bright and open, and very clean. They had American pop music playing on the radio. It was neat to see how all the equipment was built. What really impressed me was the giant sandblaster and painting area. My parents do a lot with sandblasting, so it was a fun thing to tell them.
In the forage equipment factory, there was the area where they refurbish used milking robots. This is the ...


A travel blog entry by sethsokol on Aug 22, 2013

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... illustrates how this below sea level country dewatered itself. There was well-preserved machinery (I went inside a functional, but not functioning windmill). The museum also featured a creative video with several different flat screen TVs, each featuring a different character to present the information and to relate different aspects of the story (look right as the engineer begins to describe ...

It's a wind up, end of the road..for now :) :) :)

A travel blog entry by trucktrip on Sep 05, 2012

3 comments, 20 photos

... polite but the Army are to be avoided at all cost. Generally it was very difficult to deal with anyone in authority. In all other countries they want to make things easy, in China they just enjoy making things complicated and difficult as a culture

The Great Wall was unbelievably amazing but the highlight was definitely Kashgar and the Tibetan Plateau, West China. Kashgar is such a different place to anywhere else in China. We ...