'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

Tess our TV dog/Our First Day in a New Country

A travel blog entry by phil-jayne on Sep 13, 2015

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... harbour at the Hoek, which was quite a site. By this time the restaurant was very busy and it looked quite a scrum.

After packing our few belongings from the cabin, we set out to retrieve Tess from the onboard kennels and she was very pleased to see us. On our way through the ship, we kept hearing in hushed tones " thats the dog that was on TV last night, " I'm sure I saw that dog on ...

Last day in Holland

A travel blog entry by temvdk on May 09, 2015

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... This had to be one of the major highlights of my trip. It was a very well run event with 3 pulling lanes running at one time with different classes of vehicles. First we watched the big tractors having a go, then it was time for the kids and their wee tractors to have a go. We met up with Arian and Sven at the event as Sven was competing in the kids event. Unfortunately by this time it was pouring with rain. Sven did really well with his go and then Arian came over and asked Mark ...


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

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... for miles over the countryside and marshlands beyond the castle walls. These wetlands protected the castle from invasion for much of it’s history because you can see for miles if anybody is coming, and nobody wants to wade through a marsh in armor. It was unbelievable and I think the first true natural silence that I experienced on my voyage so far.

At this hotel we found our first occasion to connect to WiFi so naturally ...

Wet and windy day!

A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 16, 2014

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... from the darkest depth of urban American cities, but this one was set in Sanford, a quintessential English village and a constant winner of the “Village of the year” award. It was very good and the big shoot out at the end was a special effects team dream. It had everything. John watched the accompanying DVD after Isi had gone to bed, with all the interviews and footages of the making of the film and the outtakes of course. It was fascinating and funny ...

Last train to train central

A travel blog entry by whatarethey on Aug 30, 2013

Last morning in Bruges. More delicious breakfast. Then off to the bell tower, the final must do for the town. 336 stairs up later, wasn't as sure it was a must do. The view was outstanding though. Caught a cab back to the train station and made our way to Antwerp. Booking this stage of the journey had been the hardest as there was nothing direct from Bruges to Amsterdam. Finally figured it out from ...