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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Stayed on the outskirts of a large campsite with lots of Germans on their way into The Netherlands. On the second day caught the train into Groningen which is the capital of the region and I think the main city in northern Netherlands. Had loads going on, lots of nice shops, cafes and restaurants, even ...
... days we haven't really done much except meet my relations, Peter hasn't been well, took him to the doctor , had a blood test and was diagnosed with a viral infection, he's on the mend now and he's been generous enough to share it with Corina and myself, we have been sniffing and sneezing today.
We go to my aunt Trijnie and uncle Be for dinner in the evenings, Peter is getting ...
... will be friends from my aunt and uncle, some I have met earlier. ( think we might end up with another cake YAAA!!)
Peter and Corina have both gone up for a nanna nap, so took this opportunely to write a bit on the blog.
Last night we went to my aunt and uncles again, more visitors for the birthday lady, was good to catch up with a couple who I met last time I was here, he remembered me ...
... fun and fast with the wind behind us. 60kms done and dusted, time to enter the Tour de France.
Back at camp the sun was hot and so after a cold beer we lay back in the sun with our books and waited until they slapped us in the face. Sleep and tan.
Here is some interesting information on agriculture in Holland that I was not aware of:
Facts & figures
- Holland is the world's ...
Today we decided to make a move up to the far north of Holland to a place called Lauwersoog. Lauwversoog is a World Heritage Site and is interesting in that the open sea is separated from the inland lake by a huge dyke. The sea water to the north of the dyke is salt whilst the water to the south of the dyke is fresh and possibly as much as 15 meters below the mean sea level.
On the way ...