Princess Hotel Epe

Address: Dellenweg 115, Epe, Gelderland, 8161 PW, Netherlands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Dellenweg 115, Epe.
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      Train from Kruiningen-Yerseke to Amersfoort to...

      A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Oct 24, 2014

      Oom Fran's and Tante Clara drove me to the train station arriving half an hour early than planned which was great. Stopped off in Amersfoort central station to meet Muriel to get my mail and enjoy a chat and a drink! Then onto Heereveen train station to be met by Anneke and driven to ...

      Day's outing at Arnhem

      A travel blog entry by leogem on Oct 10, 2014

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      Took a train to Arnhem for the day and spent it walking around the old part of the city. Very quaint with narrow streets strictly for walking traffic only, lined with a wide variety of shops. We even came across a small furniture shop where they were making solid oak kitchen cupboards ..... Beautiful! Both Den and I could not get over how tall both the men and women are over here as well as good looking. ...

      Amersfoort Spakenburg Lelystad

      A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Sep 27, 2014

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      Lovely morning with Edwin Muriel Fleur and Sanne. Enjoying the sunshine and then packing the small bag for Turkey. Temperature will vary a bit so need summer and warmer clothes too. Thanks Edwin for the scenic trip to Spakenburg habour and market and the windmill at Bunschoten on the way to Lelystad. Spent the late afternoon in the garden with Mies and Hans, talking about the trip to ...


      A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 24, 2014

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      ... was really very informative. There was a flood in 1916 that devastated the area. Back in the market Carla and Marcel made sure Raewyn tried the local fish delicacies. There was eel, herring, and kibbling. The latter was bits of fish deep fried in batter. That and the eel got Raewyn's approval but she is still not sure about herring. We sat down at a cafe next to the market and enjoyed ...

      70 enroute to NL

      A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 29, 2013

      5 comments, 7 photos

      ... for me, at this point in time, is not the case.

      I have to deal with it that I am now in a part of the world that does not give me that exciting feeling I had on a daily basis. For me Asia is where it all happened. I have met many people and made many friends, mostly fellow travelers or expats living in various places. I also met many local people, who initiated the first contact, however the further west I travelled the more effort I had to put in to initiate the ...