Hotel Notre Dame
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... once operational, permitted river traffic of up to the new 1350-tonne standard to pass between the waterways of the Meuse and Scheldt rivers. The lift increased river traffic from 256 kT in 2001 to 2,295 kT in 2006.
After that it was pretty much all new canal to get to our next marina at Seneffe.
Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella went for a little walk playing hide and seek, climbing trees and a treasure hunt.
Saturday 2nd August 2014
Isi put her back out this morning and can do very little, which is extremely frustrating. John went off to Aldi for provisions, walking with the trolley as the bike is out of action with yet another puncture. When he got back and things stowed, it wasn't long before Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella arrived.
Once they got everything on board and sorted out the girls soon made themselves ...
... of fish). One French family were moving their cruiser to Brussels so the son can use it as a live a board as he is separating from his wife. He has 1 girl and twin boys all under 7.
Before dinner we nipped across to the club house bar to use their WiFi. The beer is good, and
very cold, at a fair price, the WiFi works well and it is air conditioned inside.
Back on ST we were more or less “ship shape” again and ready for our ...
... A long time since I had them, Moules in wine, yummie. I took various photos, unfortunately WiFi very unstable in our hostel so have to post this and the pics from Gent tomorrow.
NB - Oostende youth hostel is a very safe place. Two local cops were in the bar just before 11pm, having a beer with the manager -:) ...
postscript: wifi in e hostels poor, so updates are. Bit sporadic. We have now arrived in Gent, more later or tomorrow
... also turned off all the lights (except the emergency ones) to demonstrate how dim the tunnels would have been. We then headed back up and out of the tunnels, leading directly into one of the front-line trenches. We took a brief walk through the trenches and at one point, you could see the German front-line, only 10 meters away! With the tour completed, we toured the very informative visitor’s center for a while and then headed to our campsite for the evening. ...