Hotel Corsendonk Viane
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... get to know “our town” a bit
What little we have
seen of Belgium, we really like. We've made day trips to both Bruges
and Antwerp and really enjoyed both. We didn't do anything too
exciting, just wandered around, admired the cathedrals and other old
buildings, and ate (way too much) delicious food. I hope you enjoy
... situations. We had to go through a swinging railway bridge where there was a button to press to speak to the controller. The signs were not correct as there was a no entry sign on the right hand side and a sign to tell us to move over to the left, which we did. The 2 other local boats behind us, knew where the button was and stayed on the right hand side and of course that side opened! We just followed them through, but still didn't ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... that time. It was now 9:15 and we had not eaten anything since late morning.
We had seen a restaurant at the entrance to the campground so we went back to it and found it open. It was a rustic lodge and looked very old inside, with dark open beams and dimly lit iron chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. I liked it immediately. The people were starting to close up, but were very kind and made us some sandwiches and hot chocolate. They ...