Hampshire Hotel - Churchill Terneuzen
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... been able to get out! We set off after trying the find the Havenmeister as we missed him last night but could not find him; We even sent him a text giving him notice of our intention to leave, but no reply and looked out for him as we left, feely very guilty for not paying as he is such a lovely man, but we had tried. We had a lovely sail back to Bergen Op Zoom along the canal back on to the Volkerak for a short distance ...
... park created for the local people. There are also some lovely old buildings that have been restored and left to form an information centre and a restaurant. Sometime you've just got to stop and smell the roses. But the best was yet to come, a visit to a local Belgian chocolate factory, with as many free tasting samples that you would care to consume. Where to start?? Once we had a taste, or three, we felt obliged to buy a ...
... 1: The existence of a cathedral is what makes a city a city (rather than a town). Brugge has a large and magnificent cathedral. We stood in the main square of town to view the Bellfry (Bell Tower; we pronounced it with the inflections of BellTire!). Detail #2: Back in the day Brugge was the first port city in Europe. Therefore, it was very rich and vulnerable to attacks. To maximize their defense, the city stored all their gold ...
... to house the blood of Jesus on a cloth and legend has it that on special religious occasions the blood is said to return to its liquid state...interesting concept!
We visited the most famous photographed place in Bruge, Rozenhoedkaai, by boat and also on foot. Got our own version of the postcard shot.
The variety of beer Bruge has to offer is pretty overwhelming with over 1000 different flavours. Not to mention the high percentage ...
... 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 ...