Hotel Café Restaurant de Boekanier
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... to our data with our arch down we are 3.1m plus we have the dinghy on the roof! We lowered the radar arch almost flat and took it inch by inch so we could abort easily if necessary but we limboed under the bridges with only about 1" to spare but we got through. If we couldn't get under, we would have had to take the dinghy off and take the arch off completely, so it was possible.
At the end of this small pretty canal we joined ...
... quiet contemplation. A museum was about 200m away so we paid the €10 entry fee and went in (on Jan de Ruyter's recommendation). It had a series of old wooden stereoscopic viewers showing many photos of war and life in the trenches. There was no sensoring of the photos so the grim and raw reality hit home. Outside there's a series of original trenches in the woodland garden. Again the reality of what life must have been like and the fear they ...
Went for a day drive with Jan. Wilma stayed with Tessa who competed in a 5km run. We drove to The Hague and saw the International Court of Justice and Parliament House. Then on to the sea wall near Neeltje Jans, part of the Delta Works that were imperative after the massive flood of 1953 that killed 1,835 people. Lack of funds, environmental disputes and technical difficulties slowed the project and it was not completed until ...
... full kit worthy of a "Barista" in Rio de Janeiro. Concerned about waking our fellow guests, I have muffled our coffee grinder with a towel but it still sounds like a chain saw in the Yukon as I grind the beans over our bathroom sink! Disappointment! We arrive at breakfast and Lore our hostess greets us looking like Helen of Troy shortly before the Trojan Wars. I am about to offer my services to help bring in the harvest when I spot a ...
... you never want to leave. The city was once really economically strong, now it's really charming. However, if you go, you will be sharing it with tourists. Bruges is well discovered, even if other parts of Belgium are not. Still, it's the kind of place that you don't mind being a tourist. Once called the Venice of the north, it is filled with canals, swans, windmills, and post card perfect houses and bridges-most romantic for ...