Fontana Resort Bad Nieuweschans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... saw our car as we drove around, they waved at us.
We had a Polar Feast, with a visit to Polaria and to the Polar Museum. As you walk around Tromso, you will see statues of Roald Amundsen everywhere, and another thing we discovered – he just couldn’t keep still! He was involved in expeditions to the North Pole (not successful), to find the North-West Passage and the North-East Passage, and to find the South Pole (successful). ...
... houses the ferry terminal which services routes to the outlying islands. Even though we weren't taking a ferry, we took the opportunity to hang out in the warmth & enjoyed some local fries with mayonnaise. We topped up our water supplies & headed out into the evening. The wind had died down, making for very pleasant cycling along the sea wall where numerous sheep grazed. We were on the lookout for a wild camping site for the evening. By 9pm our ...
Today was our big adventure to the Nord See, a drive of about 70km. We were told it would be windy and cold. Our first stop was Shillig where it was windy and cold - I should have packed my puffer jacket! The feature of this whole area is the Waat, a vast mudflat at low tide and a UNESCO World Heritage area. We arrived about low tide and it is huge. Tbere is a caravan park (full) where people leave their ...