Park Inn by Radisson Papenburg
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Arrived on time and bought a Dutch sim card for my phone. I'll be here for a while and lots of people to contact and it will be handy for transport apps to have a bit of data too. Then off to get a transport card for travelling on the trains and maybe buses too.
I found the right train with one change at Zwolle and then Rosa met me at Groningen train station.
It is great to be here and it is sunny and warm!
... was slightly sunny when we had arrived so he didn't take his jersey with him ... What a mistake that was, he very nearly froze. Our next visit was to a lovely village by the name of Old Aalden which we wandered around for a few hours checking out all the houses with thatch roofs (a very costly product in today's day and age) some farm animals and even a stalks nest although there were no stalks to be seen. We finished our nice country foray with a stop at a ...
... an actual air raid bunker,now a museum ,where up to 380 people sheltered during bombing.It was easy to imagine the terror that they felt. Today Emden has a major ship building industry and car manufacturing,amoungst others.VW makes it's Passat car here, and exports thousands of cars from here all over the world.Ten thousand people are employed at VW . Off the northern coast ,across the North Sea ,are a string of islands ,the East and ...
... t. As it was the beginning of a long week-end in Holland-and the cabins were fully booked-we had to bite the bullet & tackle the headwind across the bridge. Hannah did well to battle the elements & we finally made the crossing in 3 hours. We stopped for a snack and got out our stove to make ourselves some hot cuppas as a reward. The girls had fun rolling down a nearby dyke.
That afternoon we continued up the coast to the delightful town of ...
... what it is in german.
This was great fun to work out what signs said. Until I was thining more about reading german than English. We were at the Horse show and there were a couple of young girls with a table and money tin and a sign Waffle 1 for 1.50 or two for 3 euro. I read Vaffle (raffle), luckily I realized before I bought a raffle ticket and got a free waffle.
Going to a German Show.
The show was in the afternoon so I went ...