Parkhotel Kevelaer

Neustr. 3-15, Kevelaer, North Rhine-Westphalia, 47623, Germany | Inn
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This inn is located on Neustr. 3-15, Kevelaer.
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Travel Blogs from Kevelaer

Volunteering! What an experience

A travel blog entry by jezzaboi on Jul 29, 2014

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... of the course I saw countless beavers which kind of startelled me, as I thought I would be in some kind of preservation project to start with. Really this was a project to manage the great number of beavers that live along the Rhein and the damage they quite often cause when innocently piling a bunch of loges across a stream, I mean what wrong with that? I believe this project would suit a school group tour perfectly especially because of the ...

Walking with Gladioli

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 18, 2014

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... but it was a much more enjoyable experience. I missed airman David and his company, but I did chat to a British policewoman I'd seen earlier in the week, a guy that distributes potatoes and some air cadets. I also got squeezed between some Dutch and Danish troops (lucky me!) and generally pushed a little harder when I needed to.

The theme for the garden decorations in Elst appeared to be walking songs, or maybe just songs, it was a little hard to ...

Walking Over Seven Little Mountains

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 17, 2014

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... pause was at around 10 miles, then a second at around 15miles, then one every 3-5 miles as necessary. I took notice of the hills this time, maybe because I wasn't in anywhere near as much pain as last year. There were a few slopes, but if anything, it was a relief for the ankles to be at a different angle.

At the top of one hill, one family had provided seats, a ...

Walking in Pink

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 16, 2014

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... I'm an honorary Canadian by marriage so I thought i could get away with it.

The second leg, in between breaks, took me up to 15 miles and it was getting warmer. I got slower. After the second break I got to the point where people were patting me on the shoulder and saying 'Je kan het, m'vrouw!' I didn't feel that bad, but I was moving slowly. At 20 miles, I sat and had a good rest, plus some lunch and ibuprofen and it all went a bit better after ...

Walking without Blisters

A travel blog entry by rachelkw on Jul 15, 2014

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Highlights of the day included a chap walking in clogs, two blokes dressed up in matching dresses and wigs, a man wearing Union Jack everything - shirt, shorts, socks, hat - the windmill man I saw last year, and a garden party we passed where everyone was dressed as hippies.

I didn't talk to many people, possibly because I was sporting a Union Jack flag and I wonder if it put people off talking to ...