Best Western Turnhout City Hotel
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... was messing about. Anyway we finally made it to the festival to see Porter. I was a bit disappointed with his set because he only played 5 of his own songs. After this we headed over to see Cazzette, then Alesso, and ended at the water stage seeing , Chuckie and DimitriVegas & Like Mike. The ending was pretty cool however by the end the djs were just talking way too much on the microphone which was annoying the **** out of me. If I ...
... for some fun, so I soon gof myself out of there and took the 10 sets of esculators up to the top of a museum to see the view over the city.
Had an early night, next day went down the wooden esculators and did the 5km walk under the river to the other side.
Tried a giant pot of garlic mussels served with fritzs and I had to try the Belgium beer. Nice city, but ready to move onto ...
After having just one more fresh baguette this morning we hit the highway once again. The weather was just so bad, wet and cold and we decided to just put the address in Basil ( our name for the man who sits in the Garmin and tells us how to get there) and get to our destination. We had intended to stop in Ypres but it was just too wet and cold. A shame realy as we were so close and we could see the outskirts of the town and it ...
... knowledge he had of the area....it had made the whole day very interesting. Zeirikzee also had a windmill, so time for some more photo shoots before heading back to Bergen op Zoom.
We stopped for coffee on the way home just as the sun came out and the sky turned blue....typical. Holland is obviously famous for its historic windmills but there are a large number of modern wind turbines here too and our last stop was ...
... some heart-warming jenever (schnaps) at my uncle's house.
The next day I had been gearing up for a small family dinner at Glenn’s restaurant in Antwerp. My birthday had passed so I was not expecting any more surprises. As we were waiting to be seated in the restaurant (a Bolleke De Koninck beer in hand), all my long-time Belgian friends all of a sudden started to trickle in. Even the mob from Ghent showed up on ...