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... on top of the hill. Greg obligingly rode up the hill for me to get a photo and regretted his decision all the way down the hill on the cobbled road - he hates riding on cobblestones which are always uneven and slippery! We continued on through the countryside and passed several Military Cemeteries as this area was the site of many Western Front battles during the First World War. Once again we put on the wet weather gear as it started to drizzle. So glad we ...
... into town to explore Gent. We haven't been to Gent before and it read really well (very old with a 'old town' as its centrepiece). We rode the bus in and got off right in the Old Town. We walked a few blocks to the Tourist Office to get info on what to see and do. I was in need of a toilet stop so we decided to go to an old cafe with lots of character. I left Coll to order the coffee and made my way to the toilet,.. down a steep, spiral stairway to the cellar. The steps were black, ...
... the four of us drove to Doesburg to visit Gerwin, Wendela and their 2 boys. I also was able to visit with my cousin Marianne and Claudia. It has been wonderful to still be able to speak Dutch. Doesburg was established in 1237 and has "De Waag", the center market square which is the oldest public place in the country. Gerwin and Wendela took us to their favorite restaurant for a delicious Mexican meal.
Saturday was ...
Due to the mix of our tour we also stopped at memorials to the Canadians & also New Zealand. We also passed a French cemetery but unfortunately did not stop. The French apparently returned the bodies to France for burial. There cemetery is different in that they use crosses which have unbelievable straight lines. It does ...
... are eating some munchies in the back seat of the car, we were waiting in the pouring rain for our ferry. We were getting kind of grumpy....we were hungry! We noticed people going up to the ferry terminal picking up some goodies from the lounge. We looked at each other and simultaniously headed off in the same direction. Looking around in the lounge, we spotted some vending mashines with all sorts of goodies in them. Oh, no! There is a sign that reads "out ...
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