Hotel de Zalm
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We had a pretty nice lay day. Got
laundry done and did some body maintenance.
The family that owns the campground are
great. They have own the place for 40 years and yet, they are fairly
young. Well, young from our perspective. The husband is super
talented and built the building (huge) with restaurant below all out
of brick. He also did all the tile work which is ...
Much easier to get to the AlbertKanal then to find the campground last night. Pretty cloudy today but, in the 70's. It's pretty flat along the canal which made up for yesterdays hills. The day, however was very long. We started at 10am and got to Olen at 6:30. That was nearly two hours longer because they kept taking us away from the canal to go around ...
I have a dream. I want to live on a farm, surrounded by green, stillness, dogs, chickens, cats and donkeys. I will live close to family and friends, have a job I love (not too stressful so that I can actually have a life) and 'you' will live there with me. Don't worry, there will be lots of space; you wouldn’t even have to see me each day, lots of freedom involved. And no drama, I promise.
This dream is pretty recent. I ...
Het station van Herentals heeft een vertrek gezien, zoals ze zelden voorkomen. Een stevige delegatie van vrienden en familie is ons komen uitwuiven. Natuurlijk (?) voorzien van bubbels, pintjes en spandoek....We kregen ook nog pakketjes met basis overlevingsbenodigdheden zoals kruiswoordraadsels, huisgebakken wafels en snoepjes, mee.
Bedankt aan iedereen om van ons vertrek een speciaal moment te maken. Zoals je kan zien op de bijgevoegde foto waren we er van onder de indruk. ...
... rather sad. The town itself was rather charming, though. The city is made of three different markets, one of which is very large and has a monstrous fountain and that is where all the young kids hang out and act like punks. The tourist shopping surrounds it as well. The second market is small and has historical buildings on all sides, while the third--'t Zand--is tagged at this time of year 'the Christmas market' and with good reason. In the center ...