Slot Pietersheim

Address: Waterstraat 54, Lanaken, Limburg, B-3620, Belgium | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Lanaken

Day 3 - Ijmuden to Valkenburg

A travel blog entry by grmps on Sep 09, 2015

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... on. On the outskirts of Valkenburg we spotted a campsite sign and followed several others leading us to De Bron campsite. A bit close to the motorway we had just departed, but fortuitously an ACSI site (discount!) which sported two swimming pools (closed) a bar/restaurant, and lots of empty space. We bagged one for €18. Facilities were excellent. BBQ and wine finished off the day. Mileage: ...

Roermond to Spa

A travel blog entry by james_and_paul on Sep 08, 2015

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... travelling for 20 minutes up another mountain before realising spa was in the other direction. Still, with every hill climb, there is a decline. We were able to reach the city with enough time to enjoy the evening- and what a grand little place it is ...

Breda to Roermond

A travel blog entry by james_and_paul on Sep 07, 2015

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After a relaxing evening in the outskirts of Breda, we made our way South East to Roermond; a very beautiful little city which sits neatly between Belgium and Germany. The over cast conditions made the cycle itself really easy. As we had dicovered on Sunday, Holland continued to remain such a calm, clean place (which seems entirely to be built around the cyclists). It was as though everything ...

Visit to Liese's uni city for some of the day

A travel blog entry by squashgizmo on Sep 06, 2015

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... amp; she felt better within 1/2 hour & had her breakfast. We skyped with John; even Gilbert when he came back got to speak to him too. Gilbert dropped the 4 of us off at Mechelen station about 10.30am. We caught 3 trains to get to Maastricht about 1&3/4 hours later. Liese led the way (very fast) past a market (I would have loved to look at) to Grote Market/Market Square. We had lunch from a fast food place - tried ...


A travel blog entry by mkadventures on Sep 03, 2015

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This is a much nicer town with some old buildings. But the shops so many and although they were having sales not as good as the outlets we will be visiting. We did come across some cannibas chocolate for sale and a few other strange things like edible G-strings. This town has 50 churches and many are not being used so they turn them into ...