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After wandering Orvelte a little longer, we drove on to the Hunnebedden location and museum in Borger. Here is the location of the largest and grandest Hundebedden in the Netherlands, Number 26 The Hunebedden, or Dolmen Stones, are mysterious and ancient grave sites, made of giant stones, dating as far back and beyond Stonehenge. They are found all around Northern Holland, in the vicinity of Drenthe and Emmen. ...
Up early to get a start as we were leaving for the Netherlands and had quite a long drive ahead. This hotel we stayed at was very interesting. It was in a hotel that has been renovated, however, it was still a pub out the front. It was closed on Wednesdays, and we had to find out where breakfast was as no one came and checked on us or asked if we needed anything, but that was fine.
We did love Flensburg and wished I had spent more time ...
... and (i think) we got everything now!!!
We also went to the mall to buy some food cuz well... We die without food hahahhah
Its now 10:40pm and there are only a few hours left untill we go to the airport!
We leave the house around 1:30am - 2am tonight cuz our flight is really early in the morning, our neighbor "Jamie" will bring us to the airport with his car!
We first go to from Amsterdam to London
We want to do something for the elephants in Thailand, but want to make sure this happens in a way we support - that's why we make our journey. We'll go visit Elephants World to work as volunteers, helping with the projects we believe in.
If you want to help the elephants too, we invite you to make a donation here on our blog. We're going ...
Neil: So we started the day as we planned with a visit to the oldest working planetarium in the world in Franeker. It was an amazing little museum showing how a young wool comber with a passion for Mathematics and Astronomy decided to prove the church that the world was not going to end when the planets aligned that year ( sometime in the 18th century). He turned his house and living room in particular into a working, moving model of the known ...