Category Archives: Netherlands

From Roermond to Mayschoß

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Roermond On the way out of Roermond we stopped at the Kapel In ‘T Zand cemetery, a Catholic cemetery with small Protestant and Jewish partitions. In this cemetery are the graves of a Catholic woman and her Protestant husband, who were not allowed to be buried together. J.W.C van Gorcum,… Read more »


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We’re staying on a municipal camperplaats a short walk from the old town of Gouda. It’s a car park with a dedicated motorhome parking area for about 30 vans at €8/night, and there are 12 sockets providing free electricity. The camperplaats was full when we pulled up, but we’d timed… Read more »


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Now that all the kids are back at school, the ACSI campsite discounts have kicked in, meaning that we can now stop at a participating campsite for max. €19 a night including electricity and showers. Our ACSI card has already paid for itself many times over! Fellow bloggers had stayed… Read more »


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We crossed the border into the Netherlands on Saturday, and drove to a camperplaats (the Dutch word for stellplatz) in a village called Nunspeet, which was in the middle of nowhere. Our reason for staying there was that it was only a short drive away from Amsterdam, and we would… Read more »