Hotel Strandhus

Address: Am Sahlenburgerstrand 25 , Cuxhaven, Lower Saxony, 27476, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Am Sahlenburgerstrand 25 , Cuxhaven.
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Travel Blogs from Cuxhaven

Wacken, Germany

A travel blog entry by wackenorbust on Jul 31, 2015

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WACKEN: OPEN AIR 2015 Hallo from Wacken! We are well into Day 2 of our festival. Leo and I are just taking a break from the mud in our tent before the next band we want to see starts. 'Crazy' does not describe this part of our adventure well enough. From 36 ...

Nope, not today

A travel blog entry by dutchnomad on Jul 09, 2015

When I wake up, water is still pouring down on my tent. The forecast says that it will be raining whole day. That plus the injury on my right heel make me decide to stay put today. I've got a really nice book and a radio. There's one problem; I do need water. There are some houses close by so I decide to go knock on doors and ...

Stopped by the weather

A travel blog entry by dutchnomad on Jul 08, 2015

... point I have to leave the dike for a detour and follow the B73. When I'm between Ottendorf and Balum, I hope to make it back to the dike. Unfortunately it's still impossible to follow the dike and as I'm walking back to the B73, the rain starts poring down. This is definitely the end of my day. Luckily, it doesn't take me long to spot a nice place to make camp between a grain field and a canal. There's high grass too so my tent will at the ...

North Sea

A travel blog entry by bphillips on Jun 28, 2015

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Went to the seal centre of Friedrichskoog. It was a seal habitat that would rescue and rehabilitate seals. We were able to watch a baby seal feeding.

We then went to the North Sea salt flats/marsh and we're looking at marsh life in the North Sea environment. Surprisingly the water was warmer than I would have thought. It was a beautiful summer ...

Part 2

A travel blog entry by kaygeoff on Jun 22, 2015

... a cruise to Lysefjord where Pulpit Rock, the star of all Norway travel brochures is located, however it was in cloud so failed to see the top. The scenery in the fiord was magnificent with rock faces rising 1000 ft vertically. On return to early afternoon we walked through the old town. As on a lot of days it drizzled in the morning and cleared up in the afternoon, typical Norway. Overall Norway was fantastic. Another at sea saw us then return to Dover where we hired a car ...