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We had an early arrival (at 8:00 AM) in Zeebrugge, Belgium. We were going on a Holland America tour called Ghent & Belgian Chocolates which didn't leave until 11:30. So we had a leisurely breakfast in the Lido buffet and then got ready to leave. While getting ready, I googled "Ghent weather" and found that it was supposed to get to 91 degrees! I thought that had to be wrong, so I checked the official government meteorological site and they said 33 degrees C (which is about 91F) with ...
YooHoo, YooHoo!! Over here, at the end of the gang plank. Here we are! So nice to have a few minutes with you before we have to set sail for Ireland. This has been such an interesting little country. Really quite different from The Netherlands. A surprise to me, because I thought they would be a little more alike than they are. Although they have some similarities, they certainly have their differences as well. Officially this is ...
We arose around 8, had breakfast in the buffet and boarded a bus in Zebrugge, which is the location of the port near the town of Blakenberge, to take us to the train station in Blankenberge. We boarded the train there for a 20 minute ride to Bruges. We got off the train and began our walk to find the Markt, a highly touted market area in the center of the old city of Bruges, near the famous ...
We've barely had time to unpack and the entertainment has already started. At 2:15 a local choir were carol singing in the atrium. As we wandered through the ship to get our bearings, a distinct smell of mulled wine and festive spices wafted through the air. The odour became so strong, it morphed in to a ghostly shape of a giant hand and grabbing me by the nostrils, dragged me towards the source of the irresistible smell. My body raised off the ground and the force ...
Our last day on the cruise. Up early for our full day tour to Ypres, in Flanders Fields only to find that the ship was running two hours late. Apparently there were strong winds and currents during the night (didn't feel a thing on board) so instead of leaving at 9am we didn't leave until 11am. Fortunately we were given a 30% discount on the tour as there were some places we wouldn't be able to visit and the ones we did would be limited in time.
Docked at Zeebrugge the largest port ...
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