Hampshire Hotel - City Terneuzen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on to the main canal that leads to Antwerp. There were several large barges going about their business as usual but not many pleasure cruisers; we only saw 1 yacht sailing on the Volkerak and 2 small cruisers. The temperature was lovely and reached 20C which is not bad for the 23rd September.
We turned down the offshoot canal towards Bergen Op Zoom and as we approached the open lock and lifting bridge we ...
... a walking tour around the streets near our hotel. He took us down to see the Opera house also the largest department store in the world? Where we went up onto to the roof where we got a great view over the city.We came back to the hotel and decided to have dinner at the Irish Pub a block away.It was nice just to have one course for a change.then we walked back and went to bed and I slept like a ...
... at the top of the Bellfry. So even if their enemies defeated the small army and broke into the city, they would still need to climb the 366 steps up spiral stairs, one by one, to reach the riches. This ensured that their enemies would have to battle Brugge soldiers one-on-one in the tower and tediously carry the gold down the spiral steps of the tower to be successful. After the walking tour we ate lunch at a recommended ...
... some having up to 12.5% alcohol! Our tour guide said some pubs have a limit to how many beers they will sell you as they are so strong. We tried a few of them but my favourite was definitely the cherry beer, which I brought back to London with me. :)
The waffles were AMAZING! Waffle...chocolate sauce...bananas and ice cream....whats not to love right! Definitely the best waffles we have tried so far. Waffle shops are everywhere, almost ...
... 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 ...