Hotel Corsendonk Viane
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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Started the day with a walking tour of the city. Katy loved taking us along the streets as this is her hometown. She showed the good chocolate spots and the "best pomme frites" place. It is the best because her aunt owns the shop. Of course, we had to try them out and Belgian fries are definitely better than American ones. Probably because they are fried twice but also fried in ox fat! ...
... other. Some have Grecian columns, other look Italian, a few are the typical Antwerp style which our guide referred to as “streaky bacon”. They were short of local stone and mixed stone with brick in layers giving a very distinctive look. In the square gold ornamentation is again a feature. The tall buildings near the Town Hall were constructed by the guilds (crafstmen’s groups) which held power in running the town. I noticed one had a gold cat on the top. ...
... nice, it will just have to wait till next time. Basil took us through some very very narrow country roads before we hit the motorways, very dirty roads as well and poor Charlie got her skirt wet and dirty. We did take one wrong turn on a motorway but we soon were back on track again. The countryside was all looking pretty flat and plain and so far we are not impressed with Belgium maybe we will give it a big miss when we are supposed ...
... Steenbergen which is famous for housing the graves of Guy Gibson and Jim Warwick, the Royal Air Force's 617 Squadron leaders, better known as the "Dam Busters" after the raid in 1943, resulting in the destruction of two large dams in the Ruhr area. They died a year later in Steenbergen when their plane developed a problem and crashed killing them both.
Down some narrow country lanes to De Heen and a set of lock gates that ...
... evening! Katheryn had been the mastermind behind the scheme, which she apparently had set up right in front of me during that laidback afternoon in Cairns. I had not seen this coming at all and was totally taken by surprise (though I did find it strange that my friends had not been responding very enthusiastically to the usual inquiries I sent them shortly before our arrival). We ended up having an awesome time (that is until ...