Hotel De Zeeuwse Stromen
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This morning we drove south down to the Delta Works project and museum south of Rotterdam.
Wikipedia:The Delta Works is a series of construction projects in the southwest of the Netherlands to protect a large area of land around ...
Friday 29th August 2014
We think it must have rained all night but the weather looks promising this morning. Our electric supply held up until 8am when it went off for both boats, BUT at that point we were both getting ready to go. The Dutch man recommended Middelharnis as an overnight stop so that became our destination about 3 hours away.
After leaving the Oude Beijerland harbour the river had a ...
... good in stopping the leak. We went for a quick walk in the morning to look at clocks and buy umbrellas - Phoebe got one which turned her into a right menace walking along the pavement. The afternoon cleared up and we went to see the waterfalls Triburg is also known for, the biggest in Germany. We've added them to our waterfall tally which must be approaching double figures by now.
The weather had turned lovely again and the highlight of ...
... with a view of the slogging windsurfers and water all around us. It was actually kind of cold. Which reminds me that unlike our France and Italy trips when it was hot, it has been extremely pleasant. Except for that short period of rain, which had its own charm really, the temperature has been great. Not very sunny, which is a shame for pictures but great for biking! Next to the restaurant, there was a surf shop but it was tiny and empty.
... at the Hema and pottered around the shops. Tonight all of Gary's family came over to dinner. Yella has grown very tall. Maurice looks surprisingly well considering everything he has been through. Everyone is positive and cheerful. I understood some of the conversation but everyone was good to try and remember to speak English for ...