Alte Molkerei

Address: Auricher Strasse 153, Emden, Lower Saxony, 26725, Germany | Hotel
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Day 8: Delfzijl to Dornumersiel. NO GAS!

A travel blog entry by awjsheard on Aug 26, 2015

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... was shortish and very straight so at 5:30pm we arrived at the giant campsite that is "Dornumerland". Here a slightly eccentric man took our details laughing loudly and taking great pleasure in showing us where everything was. A very nice chap.

The campsite has space for around 450 vans and a long field for tents. It is right on the North Sea with a long beach stretching the entire length of the site (see photos). It has ...

Day 7: Holwerd to Delfzijl with the wind.

A travel blog entry by awjsheard on Aug 25, 2015

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... longest day so far at 57 miles.

Nothing much happened until just before lunch when Oskar took a small tumble scrapeing his knee again. Luckily he unclipped and fell mostly onto grass otherwise it could've been much worse.

We had lunch in Pieterburen next to an old windmill. Having stuffed ourselves we powered on only stopping briefly to get food and a couple spare chain links for my bike. ...

Double Dutch

A travel blog entry by rakuscek on Jul 21, 2015

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... never mind)! Juggling, acrobatics, unicycles etc. kids enjoyed it immensely and Chloe even got up on stage and danced around like a butterfly with balloon wings on! The bike paths here are amazing, and so many people use them. They have them on both sides of the road so you only have one way traffic. Lots of E-bikes. Sunny and warm but not too hot for most of this visit.


A travel blog entry by ric_cheetham on Jul 07, 2015

Stayed on the outskirts of a large campsite with lots of Germans on their way into The Netherlands. On the second day caught the train into Groningen which is the capital of the region and I think the main city in northern Netherlands. Had loads going on, lots of nice shops, cafes and restaurants, even ...

Weathers improving in Groningen

A travel blog entry by peter_maggie on Jun 28, 2015

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... of Dutch food, plus what was my favourite as a child. Corina said they only have that when I come there, don't think she likes it. With my aunt's birthday we did have some beautiful cakes, I swear you cannot buy them in Australia, even on the cruise they had lovely cakes, but didn't taste anything like the ones you get in Holland. My aunt tells me today that since we arrived I had 4!!. ...