Pension het Smidsvuur

Address: Sylspaed 27-29, Workum, Friesland, 8711 EB, Netherlands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Sylspaed 27-29, Workum.
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Travel Blogs from Workum

Afternoon at the beach!

A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Oct 25, 2014

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Walked into town and had my haircut. A great feeling to have it cut after so long. Then to the bakery to say hi to Eva. We went for a walk in the afternoon to the Makkum beach and a quiet beer. Then a nice evening and dinner in a very old restaurant by the canal. It's great to live so close to walk to the shops restaurants beach harbour in a town with plenty interesting of ...

The boy, the finger, the dyke.....

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 30, 2014

... the sea. Hence the myth that became world famous, of the little boy who stuck his finger in the hole in the dyke and thus saved the community from flooding. Not true, not a word of it. A fictional episode in a book by Mary Elizabeth Mapes Dodge (1831 - 1905). As many tourists come looking for "the dyke" or a monument to the boy, several towns, including Harlingen, now have a statue of the little ...

The Rijksmuseum

A travel blog entry by timtol on Jun 01, 2014

... country and of what it's citizens should be proud of can feel embarrassing. But it deserves a good answer. We tend to think of propaganda only in the negative, as the attempt to make a lie look convincing. Yet the task is a serious one: a nation needs to think well of itself in order to undertake the great task of self government." We should be proud about where we come from and continue to remind ourselves of this in a positive manner. "Power corrupts, but not always. ...

The Historic Triangle

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 20, 2013

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... was just simply wandering around the tiny, picturesque streets and looking into various houses. We left the museum just as it was closing, walking along the dyke and into town. After a short detour we found the train station and purchased our tickets after some difficulty. We thought it was quite absurd that the ticket machine didn’t accept Visa/Mastercard/debit and only accepted coins! There was also no coin machine to get change from which would ...

Horne

A travel blog entry by 2and2 on Oct 02, 2012

... the perfect table. They even had a heater so we were nice and toasty. Food and drink was delicious as usual. A really nice lunch all together with sheep skins on our laps and cold beer on the table I don't think you could ask for much more.

Our walk continued through the town and out onto the inland sea, where really large ships could be seen, plus a ton of dogs. It was a little ...