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... a lot, and I mean a lot, of dentures, grey hair and walkers. Seniors. They seems to be everywhere and unstoppable. Large families walked by of which I counted at least more than five generations. Because I did not wanted to give up my positive attitude right away, I found my way along the streets with majority of shops and people yelling "Kijken niet kopen!", whatever that means. My field of view was only focused on the giant ...
... to show the world our guitalele duet. Another goodbye and then I ... napped for most the rest of the day. But I managed to go to a Turkish market, it was craaazy cool, almost as much as the Polish one, but not quite. Then some people from Singapore had moved into my airbnb appartment, so we went out for supper.
June 21 was REALLY cool, and kind of an unexpected day. I knew that three things were going down that I had to see: Christopher Street (a ...
... and this just isn’t realistic but we’re working out ways around it so we feel there’s a good balance in how our time is spent.
I had forgotten to mention that while we were at Anja’s we received news that the worst of the fires back home were over and things were beginning to return to some sort of normal. We were relieved to hear that things were settling down.
Soon we had left Denmark and were back ...
After a lazy morning, we had lunch in Balk at a little fish shop by the river.
Then we went to Lemmer
This little harbour on Friesland has been the destination of our family for many a trip. Papa used to sail from here on his friend's yacht. So we often came to visit, when they were getting ready to leave or when they had just returned.
I remember many hours watching the boats go through the lock and watching boats leave the marina.
Today we just took ...
Well we have now been cycling for about 350km over 6 days and today was somewhat more relaxed for some of us. Greg and a couple of others of course can't help themselves and went off on a 65 km round trip. The 2 nd and 3 rd days were the hardest, windy and a bit wet, but since then, really lovely. Light winds and fine. We ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStenden Hotel Leeuwarden
The hotel is part of Stenden University and is managed by the students who study hotel management. Hotel and rooms are very nice and clean. The staff is helpful and very friendly. Since it is a learning institution not everything is "perfect", f.e. the spoons at the breakfast buffet were too big for the jam jars. The location is really great though, it's a 10min walk to the city center and the hotel offers free parking.
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