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!
... off the train and take a dive into the worlds largest harmonium museum on the way back out. Neither of us had ever seen a harmonium but we soon discovered they are much like an old school keyboard. We had a demo from the caretaker and then carried on our way to the other end of the museum via boat. Stopping to have some coffee, cake and a photo in front of a giant clog house before wandering down through the old village and some traditional peat houses. Sean ...
... speciaity"fischbrotchen",a bread roll with about 3 pieces of slimy,cold fish.Don't mention to Roger ,he is still trying not to gag after eating one! The islands are a different and interesting envirionment,prime holiday spot for Germans,with very few English speaking visitors . We enjoyed riding bikes along the canals in this interesting small town but are starting to yearn for Phillip Island again and looking forward to moving on to ...
... being couped up in a tent in the rain-we invited them to our cabin for the evening. We spent a delightful evening with them-talking till midnight. Their company was awesome! They too were planning to cycle the 32 km land bridge, but due to their tight schedule they had to complete it the next day, rain, headwind or sunshine.
Unfortunately in the morning we all woke to headwinds & rain! While we had the privilege and flexibility to wait out the ...
... as it was pasta nobody used their knives and they could have just stayed in the draw, where it would have been safe.
During my stay we investigated the German language a bit, learning some of the rules I was soon able to read a little German and learn a couple of words. We did a bit of internet research and found out the different sounds that the German letter combinations make. Then just a case of thinking about a word and ...