Badhotel De Wielingen
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... to the designated pontoon visitors getting the last remaining space. The mooring is right next to a supermarket and the town, so great!
The town is a pleasantly laid out with lots of shops and interesting places. The main church has a very big round steeple and lots of smaller steeples round about it. The market was on today in front of the church and unlike French markets which finish at 1, the Dutch ones carry on in to the afternoon. The town ...
Oh my god, 87 days left. Time flies! I am soooo excited. My parents have booked a trip to the camping, when i am there. They are coming the second week of June, that's when I am already there for like a month and a half. That makes it even better. So I don't have to miss my parents for the whole 5 months. The ...
... really had a very enjoyable evening, or in Dutch bedankt voor de gezellige avond.Wi-Fi on the barge is very limited. As they are charged a fortune for each megabyte used, it is only turned on from 5 to 6 pm, and then from 9 to 10 pm, which with the six hour time difference makes it difficult to stay in contact with everyone at home. I try to write my blog within the time constraints we have. Until tomorrow welterusten (sleep well). ...
54.9 miles (200.3 total)
Freezing shower (one of coldest of my life), stealth getaway, great ealry riding until get honked at by an irate Belgian, yet to determine why!!, roadside breakies and repairs, making good time, brutal headwinds and soviet style sea front blocks, might be nice in good weather but is soulless now, endless grey towns, hunger setting in, ALDI SAVIOUR, Munching salmon ...
14th May, 2012
In the afternoon we caught the train from Brussels to Bruges, which took around 50 minutes and cost us nothing as we had Eurail passes. Looking at the map, the main square of Bruges was right in the middle of what almost looked like an island, where the old town is, so we decided to just follow the street signs from the train station.
After leaving the train station we walked down many winding ...