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... Aussies from Perth who were on the cruise. Wandered around some more but John's knee was playing up so decided to call it a day. John bought me a leather jacket that we had seen earlier then we bought some donuts and bread rolls and caught the train back. Back at the hotel we managed to connect to the Internet and learnt that Matthew had proposed to Rebecca in Zermatt. We are so happy for them. Dinner once again at the local ...
Breakfast this morning was in the hotel dining room in Maastricht and our waitress Thea gave us a book about the hotel and also directions of what to see in Maastericht. She said we must not miss the Kruiserenhotel and that I must use the toilet there. It turned out that the hotel was a converted cathedral and the toilet had a glass wall with a corridor outside. There was an inscription on the glass wall ...
Ghent is one of the oldest towns dating back to the 12th century. Dominating the old medieval quarter is an imposing castle called Het Gravensteen or Castle of the Counts. This is a very memorable town as I had the most amazing Belgian Waffles with Chocolate and whipped cream . . . . OMG to die for! The rest of the town was great but the waffles . . . . .mmmmmmm . . . ,!!!! Leaving Ghent we set a course for Brussels. We arrived in Brussels mid morning after ...
... at the top of the board the word DIO, Mevrouw had substituted an I for a U. You would have thought butter wouldn't melt in her mouth but now you know she is nothing but a common snobbler.
The best laid plans!!!!
Mevrouw likes to plan ahead. Way back in May, when we were returning home through France, Mevrouw collared a poor dutchman and explained that we would be visiting Holland in the autumn, could he recommend anywhere to visit? The ...
Sebastien Vettel of the Red Bull Racing team won the Formula 1 race today. We sat on a hill so that we could watch the important race action on a TV screen along with the one second views of the cars. It was very international. Next to us sat a few Russians. On the other side were British and Belgium fans. I'm glad to report that it did not rain on us as predicted. After the race we jumped over the barricades and walked on the track (my favorite ...
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