Hotel Oranjerie Molenbos
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... we rode through the national park and forest where I found a path with my name on it. We then cut through to Den Burg to get back to where the boat was docked in the harbor in Oudeschild. We never did see a the others until we got to the boat. The target time was 4:00 pm we had about a half hour to spare. The boat sailed out of port to make the locks before it got too rough. We rode approximately 50 ...
... that had a market going on, we were able to walk around to look at the shops and the stalls. Then we started our ride through the dunes and along the North Sea. We had our lunch stop in the dunes that had a man made tall dune that was a great viewpoint of the sea and the polders. Then there was more riding in the dunes up and down, over and over again. We saw some ...
... left in the town but they are distant relations and there was no time to look them up.
In the afternoon we visited a UNESCO site, the Wouda Gemaal, the largest steam powered pumping station still operating in the world. It was built in 1918 to pump water out to the sea. At times we were 20 feet below sea level during our travels. This pumping station is no longer used on a regular basis but maintained in ...
... but unfortunately we were a bit late in the season and the tulip show
On arrival in Den Helder, we undertook a quick shopping trip
for food and alcohol, before retiring to a campsite for a braai with beer and
G&T in the freezing cold. It’s about this time that I realize that we are
as far north as Patagonia is south. Perhaps this is why it’s so cold. ...
Happy birthday Polly! We woke early to thunder but the sky looked pretty bright. A nice lie in then showers and brek before a wander round site to see the swimming pool, shop, cafe, restaurant, laundry. Then a very short walk into town.... We didn't have to do the long winded diversion as we are definitely shorter than 2.3m! We stopped at Bei Mei on the corner at the top ...