De Klok

Address: Hoofdweg 11, Buren, Gelderland, 9164, Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hoofdweg 11, Buren, is near Ouwehand Zoo.
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Travel Blogs from Buren

Amsterdam. Wheels.

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... get moving, so finished dressing and threw a few things in the suitcase as we disembark tomorrow and I don't want to leave everything to the last minute. I met some more people at breakfast today. Their story was lovely. Mary-Beth was travelling with a young woman called Kelly, and two other women, none of whom were related to each other. Mary-Beth had gone to school with Kelly's mother when they were young girls. They had stayed in touch over the years and when the other ...

Our first full day in Netherlands

A travel blog entry by my-house on Sep 11, 2013

3 comments, 8 photos

We call it Holland but to be correct it is the Netherlands.

We left the New House in Demopolis in a rental car and drove to ft. Lauderdale in one shot. It took about 15 hours with a few stops along the way. We were staying in a really nice condo owned by Capt. Bill who I worked with for many years in the yachting business. He had dinner on the table when we arrived and a couple of beers ...

Wooden Shoes and Windmills

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on May 17, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... and clog making.   Heading up to Volendam we are informed of our surrounding's history and importance by Gysbertha and Elena who make great tourist guides. Countless canals and large windmills we begin to see the life of the Dutch.   Jumping into the portal of time I find myself in traditional Dutch clothes, warm woollen tops making me feel slightly slimmer, pants are nice and large to keep the rain from soaking through on rainy fishing ...

Last day in the Netherlandds

A travel blog entry by spicersineurope on Apr 27, 2013

9 photos

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The Netherlands are a people to take of their own decisions and their own well being and safety. It is refreshing to be in a place where they do not expect the government to take care of everything.
The population is astounding!

There is more to Dutch beer than Heineken. Spring Beers are excellent!

Sheep! bezillions of sheep!


Day 4- Utrecht

A travel blog entry by mattrose on Dec 19, 2012

3 photos

Today I went with my cousin Laura to Utrecht city and University where she studies international relations. We headed off at about 11 to Alexander Rotterdam station on the sprinter train straight to Utrecht. We got out at the station and there were just people everywhere. Utrecht Centraal is the biggest station in holland because its the central hub where all the trains connect. Laura was such an awesome guide taking ...