De Wijde Landen
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... during the afternoon. On board once again we had a drink on deck where Carlos, Peter and Albert conferred over the total kilometres ridden, which added up to be 548km and a huge effort. Then everyone freshened up before sitting down to our last amazing meal cooked by Rick. It consisted of asparagus vol-au-vents, and roast lamb with potatoes au gratin and both delicious salad (always with toasted pine nuts and capers, red wine dressing) and a dessert of apple ...
Monday 15th September 2014
John saw the Hafenmeister this morning and explained what happened yesterday. He apologised and said they should not have moved us, that they are a friendly club with the odd one that is not friendly, and he is one of them! He is very aggressive person and they will write to him to reprimand him.
Isi cleaned the windows before we left due to all the sea ...
... I didn't miss anything..
Arriving in Bruges, we find Hotel Ensor on the side of a canal just inside the historic old city. Hotel Ensore features small rooms with old unmatched furnishings (read inexpensive) with windows opening over the canal. They offer a nice assortment of items for breakfast in the morning. The location is just inside the old town.
Bruges was ...
... the Moselle river early am. We then went on an hour cruise along the Rhine. Truly beautiful country. The river is approximately 90 feet deep with very difficult currents. No bridges many locks and very large barges. There was an amazing castle on the cliff top and they told us that there are 4.5 kilometres of tunnels under the castle. Very steep hills with terracing. Many grape vines planted. Don't know how they get up there to pick them. Hope all is well Luv Judith and ...
... called waffle-maker) and had an idea to add vanilla in the dough From there the popularity kept growing many villages created their own waffle variation based on the Liège waffle recipe. They use to sell them at the church’s gate, on Sunday. During the week they sold them shouting on the street. To become part of the fraternity one must be able to bake a thousand wafers a day. A popular variant is the so-called Belgian waffle is in fact the ...