Hampshire Hotel - Churchill Terneuzen
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... amused as we have never come across anyone moving someone else’s boat before. They were not amused with by us being in their slot but it had not been for long. Once we moved ST John went to speak to the hafenmeister but she had gone! Very short hours! We will speak tomorrow.
There is WiFi here but it is the usual story of coming and going, going more often that coming ...
Started the day with a walking tour of the city. Katy loved taking us along the streets as this is her hometown. She showed the good chocolate spots and the "best pomme frites" place. It is the best because her aunt owns the shop. Of course, we had to try them out and Belgian fries are definitely better than American ones. Probably because they are fried twice but also fried in ox fat! ...
... restaurants and points of interest listed in our travel guide. Brugge is only a square mile in size, so this was a relaxing and easy task. A few of the bars and shops are closed for vacation, making our list of recommended establishments even shorter. The most important task first, find some chocolates. Confiserie De Clerck, is a little shop packed full of homemade and packaged chocolates. To make things easy we bought a mixed box of about 30 chocolates for 9 euros. I'm ...
... one, but they will love you, I promise.
Brugge looks like a fairy tale come to life. Canals intersect the city by bridges, with cobblestone roads weaving in and out of brown and glistening gold buildings, chocolate shops and throngs of tourists. When you arrive at the train station, it looks just like any other place around a train station- boring, but the second you walk into the walled city, everything turns magical.
I have heard numerous times ...
... till it slowed to a light drizzel of rain as the snow made seeing out of the windows hard. i really need to be able to see out of the windows around here. I had one lunatic 1000tonner overtake me in the lock! Luckily he spoke english so he understood the telling off i gave him on the vhf. I have been through some busy ports before but nothing like here. We entered ...