CountryHouse de Vlasschure
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... we tied up in a box mooring which we knew was quite often empty until he arrived. Once he arrived, gave us a wave and came to see us. We discussed coming out of the water but it seems the cradles that are on order will not arrive in time. Most of their boats tend to come out around the end of October when it gets much cooler. Before they have always hired them, so this is the first year they have bought their own. We then made ...
... came in as a cruiser our size was about to leave we couldn’t believe our luck with all the traffic there was. Isi got us into the "made to measure gap” with a bit of wind assistance. The quay is a proper cobbled quayside with a proper chandler (very expensive), clothes shops, several restaurants/bars and a windmill that is now a house. A Carillion chimed out tunes on the hour giving a lovely atmosphere. It is a very ...
... there (I.e. body never found). Sobering stuff. Prior to visiting here I had always thought it was sad that there were graves titled "known unto God", but seeing the wall of 34,857 names whose bodies have never been found heightened the enormity of it all. We found the name of Don's great uncle (George Wallace) on the NZ wall. While at Tyne Cot an old bi plane flew overhead which seemed rather poignant. We left Tyne Cot at 6pm and headed to ...
... of the padded seats covers are mild to insignificant but we convince ourselves they were worth the 7 euros each! Now for the return leg. Only another 24.3km to go. We bump into a pneumatic lycra clad maiden at a DIY hand wound ferry crossing over a canal. A very pleasant young lady reminiscent of a tele-tubby wrapped in cling film but I suspect more than capable of kick starting a 747 and cracking walnuts with her thighs! Fortified by ...
... windmills, farms located on reclaimed land, horses, dikes, canals, all beneath cloudy and some what rainy skies. Yeah, the low countries are wet and cold this time of year, so you have to be prepared for that. After Bruges, we took a one hour train to Brussels for the afternoon before catching our high speed train to Paris. Brussels is a very beautiful city. It is the home of the European Union and headquarters of the UN. ...