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So my trip takes me today from Delft to Noordwelle. Delft was a bit like Milan and an Findus Articl Roll, ****** on the outside and delightful in the middle. The town square in Delt and the architecture are delightful .For some unknown reason the shops are shut on a Sunday until 3.00 pm ??????? The journey took me over the 3 Islands South of Rotterdam ( don't go there it's worse than Rotherham.1st crossing by ferry for the exhorberent fare of 1 euro and 25 cents then ...
... onto the beach in the direction of the sun – the first we’d seen since being in Europe! The waves were making foam, which would glide along the beach looking like it was alive and on the run! There was a cool statue out in the water which I posed with, and Joanna wrote our names in the sand. We saw lots of cute dogs and the seagulls looked different here, fatter, with brown speckles.
Coming back through the boutique shopping area was an experience. The new ...
Pammy here. Yes don't be shocked but Mark is MIA and I finally have access to the Ipad. We had a slightly slower and more domestic start this morning. Thankfully the hire car was still parked where we left it last night much to my relief there were no fines either. We were so tired last evening we parked it where there was a vacant carspace but were not sure what the rules where as the traffic signs are a little tricky to work out. Mark returned the ...
... in the comfortable weather. Only one more landmark left, we ventured to the next stop on the way to the train station. St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral, a Roman Catholic Church. It was open for visitors after 2pm so we walked in and observed the large stained glass windows and wooden sculptures. this is just a warm up for the large castles and churches we will be seeing in Germany. Ready to return to Brugge, we headed for the train station. On the way, there was a local ...
... I was ready to go. Our whole group managed to be ready to head to town by 10am and we decided to walk so we could explore. There wasn't much on our street but once we crossed a bridge it got more interesting and right away we saw a cool tower. There were no signs or doors in so we had no idea what is was. I read this in a travel book but the best thing to do in Belgium is to avoid the main touristy chocolate and lace shops and ...