Van Der Valk Hotel Gilze-Tilburg
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVan Der Valk Hotel Gilze-Tilburg
Beautiful hotel with lovely superior rooms and good restaurant!
Perfect to relax a weekend with your beloved :)
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... boarded our ship and relaxed before lunch. Lunch was later because we waited for those who went to the Delta Works. After lunch, we sailed or an hour to see the 19 windmills of Kinderdijk, built around 1740. The Netherlands, of course, is known for its windmills, and nowhere will you find more than near this little village. These windmills have been well preserved, and in 1997 were made a UNESCO ...
... able to make new friends along our travels. I was invited to attend a retirement party at Antonius Binnenweg Aged Care facility in Rotterdam where I used to work with Henny years ago.Jacqueline Henny's daughter is the head sister of a ward in the facility .Henny and I were invited as MYSTERY guests the lady Mila Who was retiring worked with me all those years ago,also there were people I worked with were still there,So it was great to ...
Another great day for riding. We started off in Leiden, visiting the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden (the National Museum of Antiquities), which contains collections from Ancient Egypt and Greece, Roman times and Medieval Europe. The Egypt exhibit was pretty spectacular, especially the mummies, there was even a mummy of an alligator. After we had gone to the museum I got a chance to take some photos of some of Leiden's Landmarks. It is a really lovely city that has lots of canals and many of ...
Learning session on windmills. Lots we never knew before. All windmills this past week have their wings pointed downward in mourning for the Netherlands prince who just died. (Similar idea to our flags at half mast). Great tour and then a relaxing day onboard heading through Dusseldorf to Cologne Also lifeboat ...
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