East Frisia, Day 7: With Ludovika in Greetsiel

Meanwhile, six weeks have gone, so it’s about time to finally look back to arguably the best day of our holiday in East Frisia.

On Friday, the day before our journey home, we took Ludovica for a bus trip to Greetsiel. In fact, it was my first trip to that place, too.

Greetsiel is famous for their twin mills and a scenic harbour area and might be the most beautiful “Siel” village in all of East Frisia.

Ludovica got to shoot some photos of Harry and me and we also found opportunities to rest, have a drink and talk, for instance at the fish restaurant “de Beer Greetje”.

Harry shouldn’t have had that “Fischbrötchen” (a fish between two halves of bread roll) there, I guess, because when we went to the restaurant “Captain’s Dinner” for lunch, he wasn’t really hungry.

It wasn’t my first time at a restaurant but I found it much more beautiful than the one we had gone to the day before. And it was funny again when, at first, personnel didn’t really get what I’m all about.

After going back to Dornumersiel, we concluded the day with a late dinner and some drinks at the restaurant “Santa Maria”, a bit sad that we would have to travel back home and part ways with Ludovica the next day.


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