Hotel Campanile Eindhoven
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... and stay completely dry. Photos of the day show four or five canoes capsizing whilst aiming for the upstream gates so our reluctance pays off! The most physically demanding part of the day is the canoe portage back to the club trailer...which seems to have been parked a lot further away than it could have been!
Stage six in a new one for us. We are given one “kick bike” which is basically a big scooter. Amanda jumps on and I run beside ...
... that of the palace of Margaret of York (who was married to Charles the Bold) and also the palace of Margaret of Austria. Both of these palaces are now municipal buildings so nothing except lovely gardens to view. We also looked at some more churches--since this is a religious center for this part of Belgium there are a LOT of churches.
We decided to have lunch before we headed into the Netherlands so walked to the Grote Markt and found a ...
... to book train tickets. First, the ticket office was a cash-only affair. Gord dutifully went to get cash, and had his cc eaten by an ING machine. I went to the money exchange next door but neither of my cc worked either. Odd. Luckily, we still had some Czech kr. I had been bugging Gord to exchange it for weeks, but luckily he still had it. It was just enough to pay for our ticket, and we were on our way out of the Netherlands (well, for three sleeps). Next stop: Brussels!
... and the netherlands gave us a new home last december.
This year I hope to accomplish much more, and i think we're off to a good start. As soon as the unlikely snow disappears we'll be back on the road more often!
Staring out the window at the blistering cold fills my head with dreams of the future, and although i'm very much looking forward to our move back to america in May/June, i can't throw in the towel yet. Europe is at our ...