Park Inn by Radisson Papenburg
Travel Blogs from Papenburg
... leg of our journey into Germany.
Chatting with one of the other Dutch campers, I was amazed when he told me his wife had been born in Australia in the country town of Warwick where I grew up!! She left Australia with her Dutch parents when she was about 3, when her mum realised she was too homesick and the family returned to Holland. This gentleman also explained the lack of supermarkets in this Northern area of Holland-which we had already ...
... for the basic programme is quite cheap, sometimes only €9 or €11 for 2.5 hrs or 3 hours, and during that time, you can use a number of pools and sometimes the saunas. We found it a wonderful way to warm up and relax, because all this travelling is so stressful!
Christmas in Germany is very different to way it is celebrated in Australia. In Oz, it is always hot, so the food is generally a variety of salads, seafood, ham & cold ...
... and Cassie and they are met like locals. The waiter is really nice and helps them to order in German. We also met up with some other locals that they have met in previous outings. This was a great evening, where had my first German Beer and then some lovely red wine.
Pasta Pies and Prawns
So I was impressed with the Sarah and Cassie's cooking in the truck kitchen, but the now they had a whole house kitchen, including an oven. So of cause the ...
... was too icly cold to stand in so was watched from the warmth of the laundry for a while.
We woke the next morning to a white coating of snow outside. It was so pretty and clean and made everything look pretty. Standing in the snow was an amazing experience as you felt it fall around you. All day we kept just walking to the barn door and looking out at the white fields. The feel of the snow crunching under your feet was also ...
... to exert a little more energy.
Lunch, such an important time of the day, became a little routine of a trip to the bakery, for fresh nutty buns that had vegemite, avocado and cheese added to them, Yummo !!!
The afternoon generally consisted of more riding, cleaning of all the gear used for the day, then feed up and home. Sarah's saddle had its stirrups removed for the first time ever).
After dinner there is night ...
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