Gast Inn

Address: Sylspaed 75, Workum, Friesland, 8711 EC, Netherlands | Inn
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This inn is located on Sylspaed 75, Workum.
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Travel Blogs from Workum

The boy, the finger, the dyke.....

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Sep 30, 2014

... the sea. Hence the myth that became world famous, of the little boy who stuck his finger in the hole in the dyke and thus saved the community from flooding. Not true, not a word of it. A fictional episode in a book by Mary Elizabeth Mapes Dodge (1831 - 1905). As many tourists come looking for "the dyke" or a monument to the boy, several towns, including Harlingen, now have a statue of the little ...

A day in Leeuwarden

A travel blog entry by aepatterson on Sep 19, 2014

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... about some of the city history. We saw the tower from the boat and later climbed to the top of the Oldehove to see the view. We had a very nice ice cream before taking the bikes back and then heading to Saskia and Mark's place for dinner. It was another busy and enjoyable ...

Around the big dykes

A travel blog entry by janellevdv on Aug 02, 2014

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Today Gitta and Paula drove us over the big Afsluitdyke! I've been wanting to see this! We stopped at the monument and took in the views. There is a monument to the man Lely who was behind the dyke being built. The dyke is 7m above average sea level and about 30km long. Quite a lot of people driving and cycling across today. We stopped a bit further along to have our lunch on the dyke. Very nice. Next a drive down through Friesland to ...

The Historic Triangle

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Apr 20, 2013

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... other vessels go by. It was really windy out and the vessel was rocking a little bit but thankfully nothing like our crossing to Morocco. We got off the boat in Enkhuizen, at the open-air museum, about 75 minutes after we had left Medemblik.

We spent the next two hours wandering around this open air museum which was extremely picturesque. It had been modeled on the town of Maarkan which we were planning on visiting the following day. The village ...

Horne

A travel blog entry by 2and2 on Oct 02, 2012

... the train, after we bought a map it was raining, but not for long. We enjoyed the walk down the cut little streets. Lots of shopping and churches. We also saw the lake, but Aaron declined to get in, he must be getting old to not dive into an unknown body of water, I was disappointed in him to say the least.

We winded our way into the main square which was totally charming and found as ...