Hotel St. Pol.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a drive through Antwerp and Ghent), but she also told us our hotel was in the middle of an overpass. Not helpful, Jane. We ended up going to city center and finding a tourist info desk to ask for directions. Turns out, our hotel was practically impossible to find. But never fear, we did eventually track it down, and it wasn't on the overpass. Our hotel is pretty fancy and has a restaurant. We ate dinner there last night and it was awesome! Well... I ...
... largest hydraulic rams I have ever seen to raise and lower the gates. It was currently allowing water to leave the protected zone and flow back to the sea, but this was creating lots of currents and waves. The cycle path was the service road for the flood gate so there was plenty of room. It was the same width as the other side of the bridge that was used for regular traffic. There were wind turbines all around us, and wind socks. The depressing thing ...
... to get on a chartered bus to Hoofdplaat. Knokke’s Market Square was decorated with Canadian flags and maple leaves, which in itself, was quite a surreal feeling. This, however, was just the tip of the iceberg.
By the time our bus reached Hoofdplaat, the sun had risen, and the wind was blowing in strong off the Scheldt Estuary. All over, volunteers were busy passing out Canadian flags and chocolates, and a small Canadian military ...
... chair in the sun of our room, whilst Brendan slept. Very strange for him to get sick, in the whole 5 1/2 years we've been together he's never had more than a slight cough or runny nose and I've never had to look after him, so I probably wasn't the best attending nurse. He can't remember being sick for at least 10 or so years, so is obviously guttered that it decided to come now, on our OE.
Hoping he feels better soon!
Love to all at home
... and I learned later that there is one that you can enter without going up and down stairs. I’ve been managing stairs pretty well, though it’s not pretty (I mostly use my right leg). But Paula was able to get on, as I learned later. And as you know, I’m “into” this whole disability/access thing.
About six other Cruise Critic folks got on the boat, and I have to say it’s nice to run into ...