Hampshire Hotel - Churchill Terneuzen
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... It began with a cheese croquette with a tomato wedge, waterzooi
(chicken stew with potato slices on the bottom, topped with chicken, carrots,
celery, pea pods, squash, and green onions in a gravy, followed by vanilla ice
cream topped with melted Belgian chocolate and whipped cream. Mmmm! Another new experience!
After dinner we continued our strolling around until we were
pretty tired and thought we would call it a night.
... for miles over the countryside and marshlands beyond the castle walls. These wetlands protected the castle from invasion for much of it’s history because you can see for miles if anybody is coming, and nobody wants to wade through a marsh in armor. It was unbelievable and I think the first true natural silence that I experienced on my voyage so far.
At this hotel we found our first occasion to connect to WiFi so naturally ...
... river. Bres fav spot was the statue of wange lapper ( check ) and his cod piece, a mythical person who used to shape shift into animals and people mocking the drunks of Antwerp as they went home. On another night we were able to see the amazing town hall and Brabo fountain, Brabo throwing the hand of the mayor away, light up as we ate fresh mussels and drank the local brew. The vibe of the whole of Belgium is really relaxed and ...
... home of frites (hot chips), waffles and chocolate, this was a city of indulgence. Sampled some local beers then hit up an Italian restaurant in the hope of some vegetables. We figured they use the word vegetatian loosely here to mean no meat lets substitute with cheese rather than adding vegies. Ahh well, the Cheese Fest should be good preparation for the rest of the trip.
Thursday we leisurely walked around the city taking in the sights and ...
... 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 ...