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After a lazy morning, we had lunch in Balk at a little fish shop by the river.
Then we went to Lemmer
This little harbour on Friesland has been the destination of our family for many a trip. Papa used to sail from here on his friend's yacht. So we often came to visit, when they were getting ready to leave or when they had just returned.
I remember many hours watching the boats go through the lock and watching boats leave the marina.
Today we just took ...
... first half of the 20th century the Dutch reclaimed land which is now called the Noordoostpolder and Schokland became landlocked completely.
Today Schokland is a popular archeological site and host to the Schokland Museum. Schokland was the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in ...
After wandering Orvelte a little longer, we drove on to the Hunnebedden location and museum in Borger. Here is the location of the largest and grandest Hundebedden in the Netherlands, Number 26 The Hunebedden, or Dolmen Stones, are mysterious and ancient grave sites, made of giant stones, dating as far back and beyond Stonehenge. They are found all around Northern Holland, in the vicinity of Drenthe and Emmen. ...
... in about 3.30. it was called Hotel de Stripe. It was beautiful, although not air conditioned. We were on the first floor, and overlooked the terrace cafť. The room is quite large, and modern.
We settled in and then went for a walk, but stopped at the cafť downstairs first for coffee and waffles with strawberries and cream. This was just gorgeous as we had a view of the tree lined avenue that the hotel was on, and there were lots ...
... University, Oldenburg) along the Drogen Hasen Weg, explored (remembered) some of the back roads around OL, MJ has cycled in Groningen (the city), we did a circumnavigation of the local lake and yesterday, we went into Appingedam along the Ems Canal. If we had gone by road, it would have been about 9kms or so, but via the Canal, it is only about 6.5kms.
Whilst MJ was cycling around Groningen, I went to the Dutch TT at Assen. For non-motorcyclists, that ...