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... there. It is a large aire near playing fields and just beside the big town walls. We found a nice sheltered spot by a bank and after the usual ' nice cup of tea' we went for a stroll around the town and its walls in the warm afternoon sun.
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... trim the grass which was quite the sight.
We drove to Ypres and saw the resurrected city after it had been destroyed by fire. It was also a wonderful sight - you would have never have guessed it was only a century old. After the devastation of ww1 it was reconstructed almost identically to the original city it had been and they did a great job of that as far as I'm concerned.
One of the ...
On the way to the train station, we stopped at McDonalds for breakfast. Unfortunately, their food wasn't any better in England than it is in Hawaii. We took the local train to London's Paddington Station, the "tube" to St. Pancras and then had a two hour wait for the Eurostar to Brussels. The Eurostar took us under the English Channel in the "Chunnel", I slept through the experience, ...
... amazing bridges. On the way into Amsterdam we stopped to take a photo of the Antrim. This is a large structure built for the Olympic Games in 1958. It was built in the form of an iron atom. It is amazingly modern even in today's standards. It has a museum in most of the capsules with a restaurant in the top capsule.John took a few photos but it doesn't do the size justice. We had to travel about half a kilo eter down the road to fit it all in. Last night ...
... and Sint - Janshuismolen or windmills - (I rest my case Ida, about how difficult a language Dutch can be!) - built about 1770, both are still active grain mills, situated beside the main canal.
We also did an entertaining tour of a Brugge brewery, learning about the production of beer, both now and in the past, the history of the Belgian beer industry, and this particular family owned company. Our local guide, ...
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Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke | 3 star hotelfrom $141