Hampshire Hotel - City Terneuzen
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... river flow. At the entrance to the lock it looked like they had left the sluices open as there was bubbling water, (making the entrance difficult for lightweight boats) but apparently it is to help keep the fresh and salt water separate. Once the gates were closed the water level went down at first and then as we rose up again we saw the green algi coming in with the fresh water as the lock filled. It took a long time for this process, but ...
... has a lot of interesting venues also. One was a small gem of a museum, the Plantis- Moretus Printing Museum. Sounds dull, it was so well done in showing the work of this family who made Antwerp a center of the European printing industry from 1549, just after Gutenberg, to 1850. The original presses are here along with the type in various fonts, the foundry which made the type sets, and many examples of the work. These people printed the first Mercator maps, Bibles in ...
... studied history at school I was bored out of my brain. This has been amazing to see buildings that date back 400 or so years.
We started planning Paris as we leave here tomorrow for the famous city that we have left til last to visit. This is pretty much the last big city in Europe on our trip so what a way to finish. Robert has found an apartment to rent on the outskirts of paris, so we just need to organise transport to and from spots and we will be fine.
... our way back to the station for our return to Brussels. All in all we really enjoyed walking the streets in Bruges and glad we had decided to go there on a scenic day trip rather than staying there a night. I love the fact they still have the horses around and have kept it very much like it would have been back way back when. A delicious spread of fresh sushi for dinner seemed right after all the **** we had eaten that day.
... 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 ...