Hampshire Hotel - City Terneuzen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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On the Coach now having left Amsterdam at 8:00am currently passing through Belgium on way to France and Paris. About 7.5hrs travel time including 2 stops along the way at a Texaco roadside servo 'an OTR servo on steroids' where you pay 50c to use toilets but get a receipt which can be presented at cashier to get 50c discount on any purchases in shop.
... as we have more family coming next week. John went to have his hair cut and came back scalped and the harbour master didn't recognise him when he went to tell him we were staying another night. John also had another go at resealing the front windows which have been weeping. We pottered doing other things most of the day and felt quite pleased with the results. Isi found a mobile phone handset on board and so when Simon and Eileen arrive next week bringing her new ...
... not much to see except a lot of jewelry stores and numerous Jewish men. Near our hotel was the home of the painter Peter Paul Rubens with scores of paintings by him as well as other artists he admired. The house is elaborate because Rubens was an industry unto himself who used assistants and students to turn out dozens of works. He was also a successful architect and diplomat. The city of Antwerp was a bit of a surprise as I knew it as a major port and industrial hub. It is ...
... that we had just hopped over the border and we were again in France.
We had to get into the mindset of shopping and asking for things in French again. Hard to believe that in just over an hour or so we were actually in another country. Just for the afternoon.
The beach was beautiful, not too hot and the weather had cleared from this morning. We got some beautiful photos and it was hard to believe that this beach was the historical one that ...
... with ocean going ships of around 300 meters long traveling at 10 knots zipping up and down the channel. that was a bit hairy but when we finaly exited the canal in to proper ocean it was more like entering a 4 lane highway full of speeding trucks, on a moped. Antwerp is one of the busiest ports in the world and we have to cross the main channel. Oh the joys. But we ...