Badhotel Domburg - Hampshire Classic
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Saturday 30th August 2014
The rain was pouring down when we woke up and it looked like it was set in for the day. Even though wet we decided to do one long trip straight to Bergen op Zoom 25 miles approx as forecast is no better as the moorings are cheaper than at Middelharnis at €18.
John went to the supermarket for one or two essentials, gin being one of them! The supermarkets of Holland are ...
... museum also had a collection of war memorabilia. The aspect that most fascinated me here was the collection of recruitment posters. See the photos for some examples. By this time it was 3:30pm so we headed over to Tyne Cot cemetery (the world's biggest Commonwealth war cemetery). As we walked down the path to the information centre a speaker system quietly read out the individual names of those who died and this continued inside the building (it had ...
Finally starting to relax I think. It's taken nearly a week off to unwind and get my head out of NZ space and the stress and anxiety associated. Woke up this morning and felt calmer than I have in ages... I didn't even think I was stressed in New Zealand. Must have been more stressed than I had previously thought. Had delicious breakfast of a boiled egg, cheese, meats and bread at the hotel before wandering into the canals again. So much to see. So many Churches just for starters. Saw ...
Wow, it's nearly over.
Had a good nights sleep last night and we got going in good time this morning. Only 50 miles to do to get to the Hook of Holland port, so an easy driving day today. We stopped about a mile away from the port to get the car in to the van and weirdly found the same spot we got it out of the van nearly two weeks ago. It feels almost like we were ...
... that big black cloud up there is the forecast..Cold & Rain!! The train travels along soo smoothly,the 262 kms is done in One hour 20 mins... The Brussels to Brugge leg of approx 90 kms takes one hour. Bruges is called "The Venice of the North" ..This splendid medieval city has approx 45,000 in the old town centre & approx 120,000 in total The best way to visit Bruges is to spend at least one night in ...