Ringhotel Koehler Forsthaus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Me, Tamara, Carmen, and their grandma spent the past week in Langeoog. It is pretty small island, but it has been so much fun. The island doesn't allow cars so we have to bike everywhere, and it is honestly a nice change. It's very peaceful here and the beach is so beautiful. Yes, it is in the North Sea, so the water was freezing but we still went swimming and had such a great time. I definitely hope to come back and vacation ...
... 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 ...
Our little treat to stay in a cabin for 2 nights in Stroe - a little village on the Northwest coast of Holland, proved to be a wise move-the rain set in-a steady soaking rain for the next 42 hours! We were very thankful for the warmth of indoor accommodation.
Setting up their tent in the rain was the lovely English family, Helen & Chris with their 2 boys-Thomas(13) & George (10). They were on a 6 day cycle tour of the Netherlands. Feeling their ...
... bit before and had some dinner in a nice old pub. Schnitzel, my favourite.
The next day we head towards Holland via Groningen and then north from there to Wagenborg.
And I've just thought, we had breakfast in Denmark, and dinner in Germany.
After Wagenborg which is right on the North Sea, we drive over the 30km long causeway and stop to have lunch where the boats have to wait for ...
So we started the day as three with Paul kindly guiding us the 20km to the German border. We got there by 10am and said our goodbyes. The rest of the day was spent trying to get as Far East as we could passing through the lovely town of Weener where we couldn't resist getting a photo next to the sign. The wheels finally stopped turning at Westerstrabe and ...