Hampshire Hotel - City Terneuzen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to try find the Scottish. They once again weren't there but when we headed back to the main stage for the night time session we managed to find them. Whilst walking down in my nice cream coloured shorts I managed to slip in the mud and skid town a good few meters.
Once on the ground in the main stage area. Myself with 4 of the Scots and Dina managed to squeeze our way to near the front where we enjoyed the nights sets and once again had an incredible night despite how ...
... was to be served at noon. We won't be starving. The food is too good. When we went to our cabin wine, fruit and Belgian chocolate were waiting for us. Lunch was yummy. A group of us decided to walk into town despite the drizzle. Antwerp is a beautiful old city. The cathedral is gorgeous. Photo op was not good because the rain went from drizzle to downpour. After 2 hours ...
... roommate) which was strange but really nice. Small world, you’re never really alone eh?
I think that probably everyone should have the opportunity to go to a concentration camp. I regret not making the trip to see one in my time in Poland, but I’m content in that we made the trek to the Berlin Wall. I think there are profound places. I think it’s important to stand and realize that hate happened in that spot and turn ...
... now and again it would crash into the sand with enormous velocity. The girlfriend would trudge up to it and throw it back into the air - she was clearly having a great time. For lunch I ate the second block of chocolate I bought yesterday while watching the man flying his kite. It was getting late in the afternoon so I decided to head to the hostel. It's called "Boomerang Hostel" and when I pointed out how Australian that was the hostel manager lady said ...
... As we
exited the church there was a literal horde of people trying to gain entry at
the same time in an attempt to get out of the rain. Not us…time for us to
leave and get wet.
The rain didn’t last for long
and after find a temporary shelter in an alcove here and a nook and cranny
there, we were on our way again.
The last stop during the day in
Bruges was the number one rated begijnhof in Dutch or béguinage ...