Hotel Le Beau Rivage
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... building from 1607 that's going to be turned into a cinema. The Oostkerk that we passed later on is an octagonal dome-shaped church built in Baroque style. The whole of the old town is surrounded by a canal and it even has another canal or two running through the middle of it all giving it a nice feel. Wouter and I sat down in a café for a bit while the ladies went shopping before we all returned to our Hotel. That evening we went back into town ...
... but how could I resist?) the beer was smooth and at when you got to the bottom, there was a sweetness that was reminiscent of a rich maple syrup. The mussels must be a regional specialty - every single bistro we walked by advertised mussels. We ordered our mussels in the house sauce - a creamy, oniony sauce. We sat at the patio, admiring the beauty the square had to offer as we savored our beer and mussels.
A great way to start the trip.
... They had this little fire in a fire pit out in the garden, some skewers, and a bucket full of rectangle marshmallows (they were also half pink and half white) and cookies that resemble graham crackers. They had planned on this "american snack" just for me. So sweet. :)
Everyone was putting marshmallows on the wooden skewers and asking me how to do it haha and I am laughing and telling them about s'mores and how good they are. Many of them were laughing at my comments about ...
3rd June 2012
It is cold and very wet today. What a shame for the Middelburg Volkoren Festival here and the Jubilee celebrations in London, especially the Thames Pageant. After breakfast some boats left, so we moved forward so we were alongside the pontoon instead of the other boat. It is best for both of us with regards privacy and saves us going across their decks to get ashore.
John went to pay the harbour master and got ...
... on a city bus tour at 11am while Grant went for a walk to absorb the atmosphere. The tour was very interesting & we learnt a lot about the history of the city.
We found Grant and had morning tea in the sunshine - hot chocolates, tea & waffles with strawberries while watching all the activity in the main square. So busy! Mum & dad headed off back to the barge via ...