't Klooster van Rilland

Address: Hoofdweg 60, Rilland, Zeeland, 4411 NA, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Hoofdweg 60, Rilland.
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Travel Blogs from Rilland


A travel blog entry by jbish95 on Jul 28, 2015

19 photos

... and stunningly. From stage to stage it was beautifully set up. There were water features, beautiful bridges and colours that put a smile on anyones face. Every stage had a world famous artist performing and every stage we couldn't help but stop by for a bit. After a while of enjoying the stunning display of perfection that had been erected in this small Belgian town of Boom set between Antwerp and Brussels, we knew that the Scots had probably headed back to the tent to we ...

Visiting the area where Dad lived.

A travel blog entry by temvdk on Apr 12, 2015

1 comment, 13 photos

In the morning at Breakfast I noticed that here breakfast is different to home, here they have bread rolls with meats like ham, salami etc and cheese instead of cereal. They also have sweet rolls that taste like pikelets. At morning tea time all of Oom Wim's children and grandchildren came to see us. We played soccer with Tygo, Wessel, Opa and Oom Wim. The two Opa's were the goalies. We played lots of Foosball which they call table ...


A travel blog entry by amelia.connell on Sep 12, 2014

1 comment

... not complaining, just giving credit to the SAS student ability to sleep anywhere, anytime. Because we only have a few days of class between ports they cram in absurd amounts of work to do then you travel in-between ports or hostels are sketchy so you get zero sleep and you’re eating things like donuts and weird fish and your body says lol no jk lets not. SO ANYWAY keep that exhaustion in mind for the coming story.

We got to ...

The short 3 hour trip that took 5!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... different to our charts and the one that was open said "no entry" on our chart!! Some VHF channels for bridges and locks had been changed and only when we got closer did we know, so Isi was making notes of this on our charts as we went along. When we called the lock to get in we were told to wait 25 minutes and fortunately we could tie up out of the river flow. We tied up and waited then saw the gates opening so got excited that we were going through a ...

Second Day at Benedict and Dickinson

A travel blog entry by w_eman on Mar 20, 2013

11 photos

... s worth of inventory. We ended our second day's visit with a presentation of our findings, and final thank yous to the staff. The visit was phenomenal, and I don't think I could have learned much more. It was truly insightful, and educational. From a non supply-chain major, there was so much basic knowledge that I needed to brush up on beforehand to internalize the information, however I learned so much valuable information. The interactions with the ...