De Vesting

Address: Voorstraat 25, Nieuweschans, Groningen, 9693 EE, The Netherlands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Voorstraat 25, Nieuweschans.
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Travel Blogs from Nieuweschans

Zuidersee

A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Aug 28, 2014

1 photo

Today we drove over the famous Dike that was built to help drain The Netherlands. It uses special locks that uses the tide and allows water to leave but not enter. The dike is over 30 km long. Without the dike and lock system, Netherlands would loose 1/4 of their land ...

Meeting the Folkers...

A travel blog entry by meetthefolkers on Aug 20, 2014

5 comments, 29 photos

... doesn't stop them. They have bikes where you can put the baby capsule in the front, seats up the front or on the back for toddlers and often the children are riding their own bikes. My first experience on the bikes was a wobbly one! I counted that the last time I rode a bike was about 5 years prior to that moment. After a practice lap down Jan and Gea's street off we went on our first little adventure. Indy sat in the child's seat on the back of Gea's bike ...

Emden, North Germany

A travel blog entry by vickibreen on Jul 07, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

Emden is a sea port on the Northern coast of Germany very close to the Netherlands border.You can actually see the Netherlands on the other side of The Ems Inlet.The countryside is flat and easily water inundated which is why there are many dykes to keep water out and flat cycling tracks beside the dykes.Everyone has bikes. Because it has always been an important sea port ,70 years ago during World War 2, Emden was flattened by Allied ...

Last few days

A travel blog entry by big.adventure on Jun 30, 2014

26 photos

... br> THEN Miss Charming decided to play up again & had us driving round in circles over lots of speed bumps before we finally got on the right road.

At the site, John & Sarah asked if we wanted to share a chalet, so we did (& were glad as in the early hours it rained cats &
dogs). But the evening was fine, and we all congregated outside of Spooky & Jo's cabin (they had managed to catch up, although their van hadn't ...

And so, Farewell Scandinavia!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jun 12, 2014

1 comment, 30 photos

... the Lofotens, Nick tried the local Norwegian “delicacy” of Dried Cod! We aren’t going to worry about the lack of availability in Australia – because he reckons that it tastes pretty bleah!

At the suggestion of Kyle (Tromso Visitor’s Information Centre), we caught a ferry from the bottom of the Lofoten Islands across to Bodo. This a longish ferry right (3 hours) and also the most expensive ride. Why were we ...