Hampshire Hotel - City Terneuzen
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Thursday 18th September 2014
It is yet another lovely day and after checking the forecast, it is set to be fairly reasonable for another week, although getting a bit cooler, which is understandable. We have to pinch ourselves we are in the middle of September.
Isi managed to publish blog and caught up on emails before we set off. She also had a look at ferry prices for our return at the end of September ...
... why conditions have to be good.
Well we got to the Lake and the water was relatively calm so decided to try. It all went well, we got through the lake unscathed and onto another can to our destination, Tholen.
Tholen is a lovely town, quite a bit to see and wander round, quite delightful really.
... re in Bruges though, it's a nice short walk to anywhere :-) Bruges is alot more expensive than Paris... And only get a bruges city card if you love museums, otherwise not worth the price And if something closes at a certain time, you can't get there half hour before, because they take last check ins nearly an hour before close in a lot of places..for example, chocostory the chocolate museum advertised to close at 5pm, ...
... of horseshoes on cobblestones.]
We arrived in Bruges and Paul maneuvered the coach over a little bridge and into the canal-side street in front of our hotel. We provided quite the show for the locals! We are in the Hotel Adornes, and if we just stayed here for the rest of the trip I'd be happy. I love my room. I've got a two-single-beds-pushed-together bed with white linens, a desk with a flat-screen TV, two large windows, a large bathroom (no shower ...
... 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 ...