Hotel & Restaurant Lunia

Molenhoek 2, Oldeberkoop, Friesland, 8221 PG, Netherlands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Molenhoek 2, Oldeberkoop.
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    Travel Blogs from Oldeberkoop

    Mass Trash Leeuwarden

    A travel blog entry by sandrawink on Aug 06, 2019

    1 photo

    ... what looked even leaner with every step I took. I found it fascinating, a building what looks like it is going to collapse although this building is taking probably hundreds of years before it actually decides to drop. My thoughts about the Oldehove immediately destroyed when a young fellow pulls my sleeve. In his hands he holds a giant board in which numerous fake sunglasses and says that I need to buy sunglasses. Where the heck did ...

    Half way there

    A travel blog entry by amyandlily on Aug 04, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    Ok, so, if you read my last blog you will know that I've had some teething problems with the electrics. Well, as alway things get better before they get worse! Yesterday morning the bed for stuck and the middle section was sagging. So, after dropping mum off at Groningen airport and some very emotional goodbyes I headed back to the same site to try and fix the issue. Also, on the way to the site we had seen a caravan shop, so, worst case scenario I could pop in to see what they would ...

    Last few days

    A travel blog entry by big.adventure on Jun 30, 2014

    26 photos

    ... amp; forwards, John heard that he'd got to the port. Phew!

    John said he'd drive us in the Lotus (I've had more practise & can now get out by myself!) into Groningen, along with Sarah, so we went to a nice pavement cafe & had a lovely meal while we watched the world go by (mostly on bikes). Steve & John managed to find their way into the red light district, and came out giggling like a pair of school girls!

    Back at the ...

    Whaddup Netherlands?

    A travel blog entry by margot.mccomb on Jun 23, 2014

    ... off the night with a subculture pub crawl (2.0) and I met some really cool people, one of which was an American who had studied at McGill for a month.

    So then June 20th, as you can imagine, I was pretty exhausted. I really dont think I stopped moving for 3 consecutive days, nevermind get enough sleep. Oh well. My guitalele companion had to LEAVE Berlin (sad.. but traveling friends are easy come, easy go) so we met up SUPER early to film a ...

    And so, Farewell Scandinavia!

    A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on Jun 12, 2014

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... the Lofotens, Nick tried the local Norwegian “delicacy” of Dried Cod! We aren’t going to worry about the lack of availability in Australia – because he reckons that it tastes pretty bleah!

    At the suggestion of Kyle (Tromso Visitor’s Information Centre), we caught a ferry from the bottom of the Lofoten Islands across to Bodo. This a longish ferry right (3½ hours) and also the most expensive ride. Why were we ...