Hampshire Hotel - Churchill Terneuzen
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... The music was still amazing and the stage/set was still an absolute dream to look at. I found myself in a large puddle dancing around waving my flag before Dina and I headed off to a few other stages for a bit. On the way back from the stages Dina went to the bathroom while I went to buy her a drink. For some reason between us we got mixed up as to which bathroom we would be meeting outside of and couldn't find each other for a while. We then headed bak to the tent for a bite to ...
... a Grand Circle representative. Because we were early we had to wait for our motor coach. We had a 45 minute drive to Antwerp, where our ship the M/S River Melody was docked. It was overcast and drizzling. We boarded our beautiful 144 passenger ship and were seated in the lounge area. Sandwiches, pastries, coffee, cappuccino, and hot chocolate awaited us. It was 10:45 ...
... they hadn’t traveled with girls. Good times eh? Good times. (Canada eh?) We made a group mental health decision over some starbucks to spend the night on the ship and not in a Berlin hostel. We decided to see the wall in the few hours we had in Berlin which I think was a great choice because from the spire we had to walk past a significant number of landmarks to get there. We ran into three other groups of SAS kids when getting there ...
... windmills, then just an hour later industrial complexes belching smoke from enormous cubes of pipes. I rode over the bridge to the second peninsula, and this time found the beach I was looking for. It was one of the few proper beaches I've seen on this trip that actually had sand, and the wind was kicking it up and creating a haze on both ends of the beaches. A guy was flying his kite and in the strong wind it was ducking and weaving and zooming, ...
... been removed
as Belgium a number of times as a spoil of war, finally being returned to its
rightful home. The church is undergoing quite a huge renovation so we
were able to gain entry for 2E versus the normal 6. Even with all of the
construction and renovation, the church and its famous sculpture were very
impressive. The shower previously mentioned had started right after we
entered the church…. talk about getting in line at the ...