Hampshire City Hotel - Groningen
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... from the provinces of Overijssel and Friesland where dairy and sheep predominate to Groningen where there are larger wheat and sugar beet farms. Some towns are even built on mounds a couple of metres high! We even rode up a hill 9 metres high. This is definitely my kind of cycling, though I do miss the spectacular scenery ...
... br> Now I just have to mention very quickly a quirky sight we have encountered in Belgium – Automats. Yes, I know that in New York they used to have Automats where you could buy a quick lunch and they still have this sort of thing in Holland, where you can get a croquet or frickadel. But Belgium takes it to a whole new level – groceries! Yes, that’s right – groceries! We have seen a bread automat, a potato automat, a strawberry ...
... some time in the museum and watching a film, learning about the history of the stones and life of those that lived in their time, over 5,000 years ago. Afterwards, some time to look at the stones themselves. Unlike Stonehenge, you can touch and stand among these, which was a good experience.
On to dinner, and the chance to meet more family; Cor (Jan Vonks brother), his wife Carla, his daughter Lisanne and her ...
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 ...
... back in the country lanes after about 10km of faffing around in the suburbs. We were pretty tired and had lost a lot of time by then so getting to Germany was looking more and more unlikely. Alec: Once in the countryside we decided to head for a village called Beerta looking to find a campsite like the one on the previous night. When we arrived there there were no signs for a campsite! We asked in the chicken cafe if there was one close by and they pointed us back in the direction we ...
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