CountryHouse de Vlasschure
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... There is one train/tram doing trips over the dam and so we fancied having a ride.
We walked into the town and found the VVV (tourist information) who explained that the last train across the dam was last weekend and she was not sure if the museum was still open either. We suppose it is getting out of season but we are now having the weather we should have had in August and is forecast for the next ...
... full of industry. I cycled past miles and miles of greenhouses. Literally an area the size of Brighton covered in green houses growing all of those tasteless tomatoes we buy in tescos. I arrive at the hook of Holland and cycle past the ferry port I arrived at just a few days ago and start heading inland to get a boat accross the water. The wind so far has been Northerly and Easterly- So mainly ...
So now it's Friday evening, and I should be packing. I did go to Brugges, and it was a good day.
I lived dangerously this morning and had some scrambled eggs with my toast. I’m still on tea rather than coffee, though, or I was. They make really good scrambled eggs. I wish I knew their secret. The plan was that I would get up early (and I did) and see how I felt. If I decided by 9 to go, I’d still have plenty of time ...
... it's a super fun place to visit. But after coming here twice, I don't think I need to come back anytime soon unless I happen to tour here next year with the band again...and wouldn't THAT be a riot?! >BELGIUM: Belgium is awesome. It really goes un-noticed and falls through the tourists cracks...and that's probably why I liked it immediately. So we took the train from Amsterdam to Bruges. Bruges is an absolutely gorgeous ...
The same person Jan, who took this picture is traveling along with his wife Nel. He is going to do the entries in Dutch. I'm also hoping to get a different view of many things American by having both their input on this blog.
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