Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Nieuwvliet Bad
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Another buffet breakfast under our belts, we walked around to the canal boat office, we were in luck, they were filling up a boat which holds about 30 people. It was a lovely way of seeing Brugge from the canals, we had a very smooth guide with a cool cynical patter, it only took 30 minutes. Brugge was in the C14th a major trading hub for Europe bringing great wealth to its citizens and the Duke of Burgundy, the king at the time. We went to the ...
... turn off and head back to Sluis, then on to Damme. About 2 km out of Damme Lones gets a puncture to the front wheel. The fun stops and we are now pushing the bikes back into town. We phone our bike rental guys, and they turned out to be so helpful. He sent his man out, on a bike as we discovered, with a whole new front wheel. Great service. Wheel fixed and we ride back into town, return the bikes and search for a Belgium beer. Turns out it's not ...
... br style="line-height: normal; font-family: monospace;">-the ride was nice but again there were trafficy parts, eg the bridges. We were in a separate lane but still the road noise was loud and made us appreciate the lone bike lanes.
-there were nice views of the water occasionally but it wasn't quite the "miles and miles of endless water" that the guide talked about. Even so it was flat biking, away from cars, and ...
MAY 5, 2014 - EIGHTH DAY
We cruised overnight & docked around 9:30. The TV in our cabin lets us see where the ship is going. Pretty interesting. The walking tour leaves at 9:30. We walk to Kopelkerk which is a church in
Willemstad and the oldest church (1620) in the Netherlands. We listen to an organ recital and then walk around the tiny town of Willemstad. The city is completely surrounded by its old city ...
... 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 ...