Hotel Ter Duinen
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... to get to the hotel. Apparently I viewed a whole section of the city that was not planned...I guess good exercise to help recover from my frustration. I then was able to find a laundromat as all my clothes, especially the biking clothes were in a need of a washing. I first went with one bag to figure out the process, it was about a 6 block walk and I was surprised by the "characters" on the street - young and loud. On the second trip, right outside the laundromat there were a ...
... a half yard.
After lunch we did a little more sightseeing and sent some postcards (which Shaylee
didn't leave room for the stamps on) before heading back to find out if our
bags were still there and fingers crossed we weren't on the ground. Thankfully
we had 4 person room sharing with a couple of young Germans and filled with the
obligatory squeakiest creakiest bunk bed in the world. I wonder if hostels buy
them in bulk from ...
... br> We relaxed for a while when we got back to the ship, then went to dinner. This time we had a full table – the final couple to join us were George and Ethyl from California. After dinner we went to the show. It was a violinist, Chris Watkins. His act is also known as “Fireworks on Four Strings”. As you might imagine it was not your normal violin concert. I thought he was pretty good, but Karl didn’t care for the music. ...
... economic centre, mainly cloth and wool. It's canals linked the town to the sea, and its port guaranteed its wealth. it attracted the most wealthy merchants who then found new markets and grew the town's prosperity further. In fact, Bruge was reputed to have the best spinners and weavers in the whole world. Flemish cloth was highly sought after. The money was invested in the town and its buildings and all was merry in ...
We woke up on Tuesday morning and packed our stuff up in order to get out of Lille as quickly as possible. My train was leaving at 10am, so I walked Kev and Erin back to their car and sent them on their way back to Switzerland. It was great to spend a few weeks with them after not seeing them for a while, also they were able to teach me a few travel tips like cheap lunching etc. Now though, it was me and Sonny against the world! I made it to the train ...