Sandton Hotel Paal 8 aan Zee
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- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... what you weren't meant to do in a thunder storm, pretty sure standing under trees and cycling are on the list. I then set off again, sure it was finished this time but I had only cycled a further 5 minutes and down it came again. This time I was passing through a pretty rough looking estate full of high rise flats and I sheltered under a balcony outside someone's garage. I spent what felt like forever listening to dance music that was playing from one of the flats and being waved ...
... left in the town but they are distant relations and there was no time to look them up.
In the afternoon we visited a UNESCO site, the Wouda Gemaal, the largest steam powered pumping station still operating in the world. It was built in 1918 to pump water out to the sea. At times we were 20 feet below sea level during our travels. This pumping station is no longer used on a regular basis but maintained in ...
... were on our planned route so that we would hopefully stay on track. What we didn't realize is that we had three ferries to catch. Ferries over around 20-40 meters of water admittedly, but ferries none the less. Our failure to predict these ferries resulted in us getting temporarily lost again.
The people in Holland are I think the most friendly people that I have ever met in ...
... bicycle trails are very well mapped and marked so it shouldn't have presented any problems, however we failed to take into account that the different trails not only criss-crossed each other but also shared the same numbers. So when we arrived at say point 99 we discovered that there were several point 99's on our map and we had no idea which was which. After cycling around in circles for a few hours, in which we experienced ...
... Wadden See is also
some 3 meters higher than the Ijsselsee. This is the main dyke that allows for
the existence of Holland as we now know it. Without this dyke, Rotterdam would
be in the sea. The wind here was so strong that we were struggling to walk
From here we moved on to Leeuwarden where we moved into a
really smart campsite surrounded by water. The ...