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... had been for John to visit the MAS museum 10 stories high with 3 big museums within the building. First he had to tackle one or two jobs on board main one cleaning the blocked shower pump out box. It is a very smelly job!
Johns write ups are normally informative and accurate but going through his writings he had missed out a whole section of the days visit into Antwerp and then a whole day totally missed out with no writing, it was a ...
... it is an almost perfectly preserved medieval city. In fact, the entire town is a UNESCO Heritage Site (Johnny upon seeing the sign: “Can they even do that?”). It is very pretty, especially the small palace in the center of the city, but it only needs a few hours because the best part is just walking around. Bruges is a town more in the direction of Venice: most of what is there is touristy restaurants and shops. Real people do live in Bruges, ...
... walked into the main square. It really is as stunning as they say (apparently the world's most beautiful square). Shame there was something on so they had erected tents all over the place, so our photos do not do it justice I'm afraid. We wandered on to find the pub with the largest selection of beers in the world!! Yip, they even had a certificate to prove it! It was a huge place, which we visited twice in our short time in Brussels. ...
When I went to the bridge this afternoon and looked at the current chart, there on the right hand side was good old Great Britain and Eire. The course line drawn on the chart that leads towards the English Channel ends in the area of the Bishop Rock, from which way-point they move to the next chart for the English Channel proper. It is a nicety of modern navigation that they still draw a pencil line on the charts showing the course, and mark it every one ...
Today started with the perfect crime - yesterday's crime was OK with the theft of egg and bread roll but today we also nicked mayonnaise and mustard! Obviously with the stakes so high, it was time to get out of dodge. We checked out and hopped in an old black cab with an even older driver who was every bit the English gentlemen. The perfect way to end our time in London as he delivered us to St Pancras International train station.
Last time ...