Hotel Friesland Garni
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Stayed on the outskirts of a large campsite with lots of Germans on their way into The Netherlands. On the second day caught the train into Groningen which is the capital of the region and I think the main city in northern Netherlands. Had loads going on, lots of nice shops, cafes and restaurants, even ...
Woke today with a promise of fine weather, but around 2.30 it started to spit a bit, it's expected to be 35 on Wednesday, as people here don't need air conditioners it's going to be HOT!! not complaining, after all, it is summer here and it wont be long before we're home and we'll be complaining because it's so cold. The summers here are just a wee bit warmer than our winter.
... say, and you can kinda piece the rest and have a fair idea what the conversation is about. like last time, after awhile I'm coming out with words, but to me I think I speak like an 8 year old, which was the age I was when coming to Australia.
Peter is doing well, my aunt and cousin speak English and where we're stuck for a word, out comes the English/Nederland Dictionary. All's good. Tomorrow is my ...
... in the Netherlands. Half of this, 5,000 hectares, was used for growing vegetables.
Today we decided to make a move up to the far north of Holland to a place called Lauwersoog. Lauwversoog is a World Heritage Site and is interesting in that the open sea is separated from the inland lake by a huge dyke. The sea water to the north of the dyke is salt whilst the water to the south of the dyke is fresh and possibly as much as 15 meters below the mean sea level.
On the way ...