Pension "De Herberg Anno 1785"

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

Holland history started here.

A travel blog entry by c.i.222


... called "Holland." Realizing the strategic importance of this location, he started to build a fortress. It's name "Willem's Stad" turned into Willemstad in 1583.


My Bourne Identity

A travel blog entry by dawn16


... en Rust, next to this place was a deer park and despite the rain I went to have a look. There were cute bunnies, goats, guinea-pigs, giant rabbits and sheep inside a farm building. Deer were outside in the rain. I stepped into the rabbit cage, picked one up, cuddled it, and put it back. Then the lady walked in and Papa asked if we could pick them up. She said no sorry you can't pick them up. Papa and I looked ...

Beautiful national park, + more jobs for John.

A travel blog entry by issywiz


... ones, they all seem to be doing very well and no charity shops. So there has been a massive makeover of this town but in doing so they have lost its heritage, (except for the harbour area) the town is totally given over to the shopper, but there’s a thing that the streets were empty of people last evening where you would expect to see people window shopping at least, to us it’s a classic case of redevelopment gone too ...

How To Push Back The Sea

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts


... 8211; many crazy patterns suiting a different variety of wildlife to coral inside and build further homes or simply hide amongst. The lines of the tide are visible and play an important role in the wildlife. Some plants and animals don’t survive if fully submerged all day, so sit at the high tide line, lush and green. The colours change like some crazy Dutch sea life rainbow from green to black to brown, with a small stripe of white in there too.

The ...

Maeslantkering, Engineering Colossus No. 2

A travel blog entry by madcap


... two arms to the structure, each as long and containing twice as much steel as the Eiffel Tower. They are massive. At the end of each arm is a 22m high curved steel wall, which is sunk in place with 5m of it sticking out of the water when the barrier is closed. It takes 40 minutes to move the barrier in place, then about 2.5 hours to fill it with water to sink it.

Everything is computer automated, based on ...


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