De Notelaar Bed and Breakfast
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... our taxi to get us back there well before that time.
Cherbourg tomorrow and we have booked a tour to the WWII D Day landing beaches.
First formal evening at sea and the usual array of the good, bad and ugly outfits made an appearance ! Some folks do it very well with black tie and long evening dresses. The majority are in suits and after five wear and some put on the cleanest jeans and T-Shirt that ...
Happy Belgium day from... Belgium! Not quite sure if that's what its called, but the streets are swamped with patriotic supporters and even Belgian royalty! While standing in the the crowd at the parade, my dad was acknowledged and specifically waved to by the official princess of Belgium so that was pretty legit.
In the late morning and after a few of the festivities we decided it would be time for breakfast and naturally we were quite hungry. So we went to the ...
... colours and heading towards various venues for the 6pm match. We come across a band headed toward the Burg Square for a performance and then enjoy a short interlude on Vismarkt where a small community of dancers and dance lovers have gathered for the evening to enjoy Salsa. The band in Burg square is impressive, but along with a few dozen others, we watch from a side street, not wishing to pay for ...
... stand, and returned to the hotel. While we were inside, a marching band passed outside our window. We leaned out the window, taking pictures and videos. We were excited, Jennie and I having both been in marching band (Jennie in high school, me in high school and college), and we know they don't have many marching bands, at least not like the U.S.
That evening we went out, just to look around. Explored a church, and stopped at some kiosk shops.