Rijksweg 677, Dilsen-Stokkem, Limburg, 3650, Belgium | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Dilsen-Stokkem

On the move in the Netherlands

A travel blog entry by devos


... concert the cafe's and the trees lining the streets were still the same,it was very interesting to walk thru the plain and see the old church ,and gov house,and all the old buildings in the surroundings of the plain.We sat an had Apple pie with cream and Rien had a beer ,we sat and watched the people walk by,it then started to rain and everyone ran into the shop to buy umbrellas ,even we had to buy one,then the sun came out ,just a little shower!!,,,.,we walked thru ...

A musical fantasia

A travel blog entry by kayyendole


My birthday treat this year was a trip to Maastricht to See Andre Rieu live in concert in the town square. The atmosphere was truly electric including a storm during the performance where we got decidedly wet, however this did not spoil our enjoyment of the concert.. Coach travel is not our favourite mode of transport but the deal was good and our seats mid way were reasonable enough. Mind you the way to do this concert in style is to book a seat in one ...

Sunday in the Garden in Balen

A travel blog entry by maustravels


... as noisy as ever. Later we plan to go for a drive and walk in the country. I have been checking out the apt In Brussels and how we walk to Claire's to visit. It is a out 30 minutes up hill but if the weather stay nice it will be an enjoyable trek. I hope to explore a few new areas especially around St. Catherine's and Rue Dansaert. Perhaps we will try the Comic Book Museum and I would like to see the Horta House. But if the weather is poor we' ll do ...

Chocolate and Beer

A travel blog entry by rosinski218


I guess the theme to all these posts is beer, but come on. We are in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium after all. As you can tell we drank some great Belgian beer and had some great chocolate. Tongeren was also interesting because it is one of the oldest towns in Belgium, so it had a lot of cool old buildings and crumbling cobblestone ...

Where did all the canals go???

A travel blog entry by rosinski218


We took a 2.5 hour train from Delft to Maastricht, which is suppose to be completely different from the rest of the Netherlands. We were not disappointed. A large river ran through the city, but there were no canals in sight. You could even see lush green hills on the outskirts of town. The main ...


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