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... the only castle in Holland built on a hill.
"We've lived a life that's full,
We travelled each and ev'ry highway."
Camping Latour, Oirschot - Mei 13th - 16th 2014
Another wonderful find. A campsite with surrounding woods for me to walk in and do the business, also an historic town within walking distance. However, the most important thing for Mevrouw is that it is only 30 mins drive to Den Bosch in what has become, due ...
We needed to be clear of the house before eleven to allow Marie-Therese time to fettle it for today's arrivals from Antwerp. We did a good job of eating up, washing up and tidying up and had the van loaded for about 10.30. The rest of the time up to departure was spent in animated chatter with M-T, who wanted our opinion of yesterday's pottery workshop. She too enjoyed it but had trouble getting a full head on her figures. She had made three - all very carefully! Then much ...
... a centre of trade for the flemish people with boats coming in from the coast and Ghent. For people that appreciate old architecture this is a place to come to. Nowadays the main industry is tourism. Whilst the streets are busy it by no means overcrowded. Apparently it gets worse in June-August. We finish the walk and stop of at one of the many chocolatiers here in the city and buy a little bit. Some of the stores sell chocolate for up to €5 per 100gm ...
... and how his son, the king to be, seems to be likeable but a bit thick, and was not deemed ready to be king over twenty years ago when his uncle, who didn't have an heir to the throne, passed away, resulting in the dead king's brother assuming the throne, until his son was deemed ready - which apparently is next Sunday - confused? (It's a better plot than the before mentioned movie!!!)
The guide explained that in ...
The making of Australia was forged on the fields of what was meant to have been the war to end all wars, WW1, Fighting took place in Gallipoli and then moved onto the Flanders and the Somme, and the rest is history.
Having travelled numerous times around the battlefields, we never get sick of seeing them, and as I had a spare weekend coming up, I had a look around and discovered another battlefield route, and as it was only 80ish Ks, we decided ...