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... 000. We will tour Ghent starting around midafternoon, and then meet for dinner 7 pm at Brasserie't Pakhuis. We've been informed that VBT will have a video crew following us today so they can create an on line marketing advertisement for the VBT website. Our journey today took us along the Schelde River, where we boarded the Appels ferry for a one minute river crossing. After 18 miles we paused for refreshments at a Barbershop ...
... stores. It was yet another awesome day spent with Joy and Tim, who were the best hosts a person could ask for and we appreciate having the use of their place as our base and home away from home. The last couple of months have absolutely flown by and the travel has changed our views on many aspects of life. We now appreciate how very fortunate we are to live in Canada. I won't ever complain about slow internet, ...
Greetings from Ghent (also spelled Gent, Gant, and Gand just to make reaching it extra confusing.)
This city is the home of a charming young Belgian gentleman I met when we were both studying in Spain a few years ago. I messaged him just before I left for the trip to get his insider's picks and tips and he ended up inviting me to stay for the whole weekend. Pretty awesome.
It's been a great 36 or so hours so far. Arrival was a ...
... Sunday and they aren’t open. So we had to rely on good old map reading, this was great getting us to Gent but trying to find the aire was proving difficult. In the end we stopped at a petrol station to ask for help, the girl behind the counter was as always in Belgium, very helpful. I put this down to my charm and good looks more than anything. Well it was an opportunity to rub my ego the right way ...
... church with a lot of painted glass and wood and a recorded service in Latin. Needless to say, the best part of the evening was the pizza we had right next to… you guessed, the Grand Place. Oh yes, but we were trying to find a place to eat, we accidentally walked into the gay part of town. I had a field day, of course, but my companion tugged me away after seeing the twentieth rainbow flag in a row.
We came home exhausted, tired but veeeery satisfied, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed