Hotel Oranjerie Molenbos

Address: Postweg 244-226, De Cocksdorp, Texel, Noord-Holland, 1795 JT, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Postweg 244-226, De Cocksdorp.
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Travel Blogs from De Cocksdorp

Afternoon at the beach!

A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Oct 25, 2014

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Walked into town and had my haircut. A great feeling to have it cut after so long. Then to the bakery to say hi to Eva. We went for a walk in the afternoon to the Makkum beach and a quiet beer. Then a nice evening and dinner in a very old restaurant by the canal. It's great to live so close to walk to the shops restaurants beach harbour in a town with plenty interesting of ...

The boy, the finger, the dyke.....

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 30, 2014

... the sea. Hence the myth that became world famous, of the little boy who stuck his finger in the hole in the dyke and thus saved the community from flooding. Not true, not a word of it. A fictional episode in a book by Mary Elizabeth Mapes Dodge (1831 - 1905). As many tourists come looking for "the dyke" or a monument to the boy, several towns, including Harlingen, now have a statue of the little ...

Around the big dykes

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 02, 2014

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Today Gitta and Paula drove us over the big Afsluitdyke! I've been wanting to see this! We stopped at the monument and took in the views. There is a monument to the man Lely who was behind the dyke being built. The dyke is 7m above average sea level and about 30km long. Quite a lot of people driving and cycling across today. We stopped a bit further along to have our lunch on the dyke. Very nice. Next a drive down through Friesland to ...

Ferry to the Island of Terschelling

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 24, 2014

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... was indeed fast. It was twice as fast and Brian was required to put on a seatbelt since all passengers sitting on the isle with no seats in front of them were required to do so. OK, we didn't think it was fast enough to make that necessary but I guess in different sea conditions it may have been.

We had a nice little dinner at a restaurant recommended by Shere in the downtown area of Harlingen. I was able to enjoy it knowing that we didn't have to ...

Arriving Harlingen

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Jul 23, 2014

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After another wonderful breakfast chat with Carmen, I got to feed the chickens one last time. On the promise that good kiting was to be had in the West Frisian Islands, we headed out to Harlingen, pronounced with the hard "g" (more like "Haarlinghen"). Harlingen is on the mainland and we planned to take the ferry over to the West Frisian Island of Terschelling (pronounced Tersh-ghelling - with the guttural "g" sound only the ...