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We spent the morning exploring Oostende by bicycle. The town
is extremely neat and clean and really quite a nice place to be. We essentially
made a circuit that included the beach front and parts of the city. The beach
is long, wide and sandy and actually reminded me a lot of our beach back home
in Mtunzini. There were quite a few guys fishing off the piers and we actually
saw a fish being caught. It was all of ...
... hill where the audience would watch shows. This was cool. We read there was a vomitorium. Not a place to vomit but a place for the crows to spew into their seats and out of the arena.
After this we went to the Basilica. It is under construction as they are installing a new organ and unfortunately you can only see it from the outside. From here we walked to the baths.
... it became 3 trains a bus and a 3.5 hour trip. YAY… Not.
We got to the hostel and the lady at reception was pretty blunt and not helpful. It made us not feel good about the place. As we couldn't check in we went and got some lunch. It was very salty and the gravy tasted like salty gravox. Not the best thing to have.
We then checked in. carried out bag up a lot of stairs and went to our room. ...
... to have lunch.
We continued on our journey to Heidelberg, a student town containing Germany's oldest university. The giant red stone building was quite impressive. There were lots of students whizzing down the cobbled streets on bikes, and we eventually found what appeared to be the main street. We ate lunch at a really good restaurant which Ness described to be just like a North American pub. The food was decent enough, though according to them, a flan ...
It might be small but you need to include this country/city in your next trip to Europe. It is fair to say that every ruler/leader since mid 900s has tried to fortify this country from invasion and attack, hence the intricate network of rock walls, trenches, towers, turrets and fortifications make exploring this city a unique adventure. Many of these walls are over a 1000 years old. There are contradictions everywhere - an overpass that has to be build around ...