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Emden is a sea port on the Northern coast of Germany very close to the Netherlands border.You can actually see the Netherlands on the other side of The Ems Inlet.The countryside is flat and easily water inundated which is why there are many dykes to keep water out and flat cycling tracks beside the dykes.Everyone has bikes. Because it has always been an important sea port ,70 years ago during World War 2, Emden was flattened by Allied ...
... br> THEN Miss Charming decided to play up again & had us driving round in circles over lots of speed bumps before we finally got on the right road.
At the site, John & Sarah asked if we wanted to share a chalet, so we did (& were glad as in the early hours it rained cats &
dogs). But the evening was fine, and we all congregated outside of Spooky & Jo's cabin (they had managed to catch up, although their van hadn't ...
... circles, bought souvenirs, tried to visit the Danish Resistance Museum, but it had been burnt down!! The weather was glorious and did wonders for our tan. And we finished our three days here with dinner at a Hercogovina restaurant, overlooking the Tivoli Gardens.
After a night in Germany, near Bremen, in a campground that we have visited on our way north (nice spots, lots of grass, clean facilities that are gradually being updated, lots ...
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 ...
... of memorials with a military link and so he found it to be very interesting. We also went for a walk along the Historic Quay which doubled as Liverpool in the 70’s TV production “The Onedin Line”. The only downside was the weather – wet and cold! But we managed to thaw out with a nice meal in a hotel near the University – our first experience of a Wetherspoons Pub.
Thankfully it was sunny again on Monday when we got up so ...
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