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... to put on his. Isi was on the helm when the storm hit us with an absolute downpour with rain lashing (not sure if there was hail in it) and extremely strong gusts. She could not go inside as there was too much activity happening outside. 12 minutes later sunshine again.
It was a gentle descent and once out we had to be quick to get safely on to the right hand side bank as the second locks barges were coming out a fair pace. We just stuck to the Dutch to get ...
... A nice city, which Logan preferred to Bruges, not as many people! We then headed on to Antwerp. Found a camper stop 3km out of the centre, and got the tram in as Logan no longer has a serviceable bike! We had a long wander round in the early evening then stopped for a drink by the square. I also tasted my very first waffle. I kind of wish I hadn't as they were so good, more waffle eating to come I suspect! Antwerp has lots of shops, not ...
... looked up to the rock, their boat crashed and they sank.
Then we saw Kats Castle, on the other side of the river as well, above the town of St Goarshausen. This magnificent castle stands on a ledge looking downstream. It was first built around 1371 by Count Wilhelm II; was bombarded in 1806 by Napoleon and rebuilt in the late 19th century, between 1896-98. It is now privately owned, and not open to visitors.
Another castle we got a photo of, ...
Hmm, what to say about my little surprise gem from last time? Well, let's just say that at this point most of us were just plain tired and wanted a break haha so we did surprisingly little though we were only here for a day and a half. The first day we hiked, and I really mean hiked, all the way to our hostel over 2 kms away. Now did I mention that we had a very awkward night train as well? I know we should learn our ...
... is easy and reasonably priced.
I am going to have a consolidation day on board tomorrow, tying up loose ends, packing and generally getting ready to come home on Thursday. I will post a final blog entry when I know how the crossing was from mainland Europe to Blighty. You never know - it is a 8 hour crossing and I´m not sure how I´ll be on all that sea!!!
Photos to follow.