Hotel Restaurant de Vrouwe van Stavoren

Address: Havenweg 1, Stavoren, Friesland, 8715 EM, Netherlands | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Havenweg 1, Stavoren.
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    Travel Blogs from Stavoren

    Belgium to Netherlands

    A travel blog entry by rometoathens on Apr 03, 2013

    2 comments

    ... tour, which was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and extremely interesting.

    We then drove into the Netherlands, where the land is completely flat and seems a lot like home. We have even seen some traditional Dutch windmills!

    Tomorrow is going to be an early start for everyone, so we had better get some rest before then. Goodnight!

    ~A*
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    Cheese, Clogs, Windmills, Dikes.

    A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Oct 17, 2012

    28 photos

    ... was quite interesting and most of the buildings were of wooden construction and not stone. After walking around the town we were collected by our bus to be taken back to Amsterdam.

    As much as I love Amsterdam I thoroughly enjoyed my day away from there. It may not have been the best weather wise but I still loved seeing the more classic Holland countryside. After a rather packed day I headed straight to Tante Trudy’s as I had another full day tomorrow. ...

    Baths, buckets and clogs

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Jul 14, 2012

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... came to us and so we paid our bridge toll (€1 per bridge) and harbour fees. He then let us through the next 3 bridges into the haven. It was so beautiful entering Edam and we tied up very close to the centre again.

    We filled up with water and plugged in the electric so we all hope to have showers later. After lunch we went for awalk around. It is really quite quaint and beautiful. Lots of realy old buildings and a huge Grote Kerk. We ...

    Edam, and no, it’s not about the cheese

    A travel blog entry by amery on Sep 02, 2011

    20 photos

    ... that matter, by cheese.

    Old cobbled streets and wooden lifting bridges, too narrow for coaches, and quaint houses along pretty canals with more than their fair share of ancient and replica sailing barges.
    ]Yes, the church steeple is leaning over, as so much does in Holland.

    This photo is of ...

    67 days to go ...

    A travel blog entry by maxxnl on Aug 28, 2011

    ... in trips to the Philippines. I filled in a form and got called back later that day. In a very pleasant conversation I
    described my wishes and travelagent Hans told me, he would sent me an itinarary the following day. To my amazement I received it on the same day, a mere 6 hours after the idea had spontanelously popped into my head. The itenarary looked great and I got even more excited.

    It's about 3 ...