Domaine des Hautes Fagnes
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... of human habitation in the area. From the Middle Ages on it has always been recognised as an affluent city and therefore was walled at numerous times through history.
The Cathedral is amazing and commenced in 796 by Charlemagne it is the oldest Cathedral in Northern Europe. From 936 to 1531 it was the Coronation site of 30 or so German Kings. Just to be inside and touch the walls was amazing. Could not get enough of it.
And so to the cricket. By the time you ...
... is the oldest city in the Netherlands; dating back to year 343. Regardless it has young energy, as much like Leuven it is a university city.After a late night exploring what bars the city has to offer, I make it to a patio for brunch at one of the city squares. Directly across from me are two old churches. One almost looks castle like and the other has a giant maroon bell tower that can be seen ...
Today we set off from the Linssen Yachts base in Maasbracht heading south. We started in sun but the weather very quickly turned "proper Cornish" - horizontal rain with a touch of sleet! Everything went very smoothly for Captain Martin - watch the video! First lock - 150 yards long - nobody else around - good news for first time out. Then ...
... we had there. We went to bed with new resolve to head out tomorrow to the Christmas markets.
This morning we again got up and did some computer work and waited for the weather to change. By noon it was still raining and so we put on out big boy gaunchies and big girl panties and headed out to Cologne. We arrived and it was still raining but we put on rain hoods and we stayed dry when it came down hard by hiding under little ...
... were also heavy and it was hard to look at anything without folks around you crash into you. One of the wonderful things we found was that this town had a live nativity built in the side of the steep hills that surround the town. They had donkeys, sheep, goats and twice a night portrays the Holy Child's birth. We watched women knitting and glass blowers blowing in their tiny shops. True artists at work. The time flew by and the market was closing at 8:00 ...