Hotel Het Wapen van Leiden
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... an actual air raid bunker,now a museum ,where up to 380 people sheltered during bombing.It was easy to imagine the terror that they felt. Today Emden has a major ship building industry and car manufacturing,amoungst others.VW makes it's Passat car here, and exports thousands of cars from here all over the world.Ten thousand people are employed at VW . Off the northern coast ,across the North Sea ,are a string of islands ,the East and ...
... s delight.
Apparently Spooky's VW T4, more commonly known as Jezebel,
is going to be 'operated on' first thing this morning for a new valve so
hopefully they will be able to catch up later this evening.
The sun shone but we were stuck in an enormous traffic jam
for about an hour & a half. Finally got to the site about 3.30pm. Very
cheap! Phew! 12 euros & that included electricity. It didn't include loo rolls.
... Because they have an amazing demonstration of a natural Maelstrom there. Apparently, in the year dot, some Dutch sailors saw this natural phenomenon off the bottom of the Lofoten Islands and gave it this name. There are a few maelstroms to be found, but one of the easiest to see is in the river near Bodo at Saltstraumen. It happens four times a day on each incoming and outgoing tide, and bonus is that there is a really nice Campground within ...
... although the girls were excited to find a group of obviously bottle fed lambs who were hanging eagerly by the fence as we cycled past. The girls had a wonderful time patting them & the lambs in return seemed to thoroughly enjoy the attention. Hannah spent many hours devising a plan to acquire some sheep as pets when we returned home!
That night found us in a small National Park along the North Coast. We couldn't read the signs but it ...
... Unit badges that were carved (or dug?) into a hillside. Amongst the badges is the Rising Sun of the Australian CMF (depending on the era, that can be either the "Commonwealth Military Force" or the “Citizen Military Force”).
Thanks to the generosity of fellow-travellers, we spent a couple of nights in a really pretty village in Devon and started to explore. We had the chance to sit talking about maps, what there is to see and ...