Strandhotel Duinheuvel

Address: Badhuisweg 2, Domburg, Zeeland, 4357 AV, Netherlands | Hotel
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      Sacred Ground

      A travel blog entry by laura421 on Apr 09, 2015

      1 comment

      ... for lace making, a lovely thing for which to be acknowledged. The art is dying out as it is very expensive to train the artists who make the lacework, but here one an still buy traditional lace wedding gowns, parasols, doilies, dresses, table runners, shawls, whatever is desired. But do not expect to be able to do this in a decade or so unless you want your lace made by machines.

      In addition to the ...

      29 degrees C in September! - we like it!

      A travel blog entry by issywiz on Sep 15, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... middle with the shops encircling it. There was a lovely atmosphere with lots of people cycling by and others sitting at several bars enjoying the warm sunshine, as we did. After our drink we went to do our shopping and then returned to ST about 1 mile away.

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      Beer in Brugge

      A travel blog entry by holdfast on Oct 24, 2013

      3 photos

      ... tour guide will take turns speaking in both languages. She immediately comes across to us as someone who was disinterested in being there. After a couple of stops we realise that she has the most dry sense of humour that I have seen in a while and I start to like her. We tour through the brewery and out. It was nice but I got the sense that they dont do a great deal of brewing on site these days and the buildings are mainly for tourists now. We are taking up ...

      Day One - London to Brugge, Belgium

      A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Jul 03, 2013

      3 photos

      ... It is 84m tall and has 366 steps leading to the top, which Joe and I climbed today (one struggling more then the other). Nowhere near as tall as the Dom in Cologne (which i would never climb ever again!) but the steps get mighty narrow at the top! The canals throughout the town are lovely and we saw quite a lot of boats doing canal tours, which would have been beautiful if they weren't choc-a-block full of tourists. Brugge is known for ...

      Travelling into the Amazon rainforest of Surinam

      A travel blog entry by carlverschuren on Jan 21, 2013

      ... level is not high enough. A number of rainforest communities have 5 or 6 simple tropical cabins available for tourists. Mostly they have been built on a small island off the village, so that visitors will not disturb traditional life of the indigenous inhabitants. But there are always local guides to show them around and accompany them on short or long hikes in the jungle. Women will be glad to cook for them. In general there ...