Express By Holiday Inn Moerdijk
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... into the Maas and on down to Heusden. There we took a right turn into one of the old arms of the Maas and went through a very rural backwater. We stopped the night at Aalst with Denise at the helm for the last hour. We finished up in a little harbour known as WSV Esmeer. We walked into town, caught the ferry across the river the to Kern and walked around it for an hour. Saw a magnificent windmill in regular operation. After we got home Denise cooked chilli con carne-- great ...
... seconds later, our guide tells us that the windmill manager can see that a significant storm is brewing, and that we'll have to get in and out quickly, as winds are likely to start to pick up rapidly. Picking up the pace, we enter the windmill; once inside, I can see my mistake - very few people can be inside at any given time, as the interior space is quite small: compact living area and kitchen on the first floor; several small bedrooms on the second floor and - above ...
... After about 30 minutes we arrived in Wilnis at.....a seller of yachts and boats who also sold cars. Again an interesting combination. This Impreza however looked in much worse shape. Although this car was not involved in any accident (or at least not that we know of), it looked in very bad shape. Bumpers hanging loose, big patches or rust all over the car, doors and windows not shutting properly (obvious from the moisture on the ...
... and non lifting low bridge making steering very testing but soon we were into Utrecht’s city centre canal for our picturesque mooring. We were rather pleased to see that on the electric it said “gratis” so we assumed the mooring was free too, and we like free! When we were sailing into Utrecht we saw an old water tower, the oldest in the Netherlands but now it is an exhibition centre with a permanent display about ...
... kilometres in Holland. There were people swimming in it as it was such a warm evening. The oddity of the Viiet is that the Romans dug a canal for transport and because of the subsiding Dutch countryside the Vliet now is raised above the fields, in some places by metres.
We will spend a couple of days here before heading to France next week to catch the tunnel train and head home. ...