Hotel du Croise
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Today we rode along the canal tow path for about 25kms and then went inland and had lunch, before we joined a rail bike path for another 20 kms before rejoining the canal again for the final 7kms to bring us to Oudenaarde, a total distance of 52kms We arrived in Oudenaarde, which is lovely small city, we went off for a wander with Albert, they were excavating an archaelogical site near the ...
First things first, I will almost certainly travel to Lille, my gateway to France, by rail aka Eurostar. Although not the cheapest option available, by virtue of the fact that the nearest airport is probably Paris, the Eurostar by far one of the quickest - and certainly most stylish - ways to get to Lille. The ferry wouldn't end up being much cheaper, it would take at least twice as long just to get to Calais, let alone Lille. If you book far in advance or watch out for ...
... for the best position and got our mandatory photographs, which certainly will need enlarging in order to get the true perspective.... The next day we caught the TGV fast train to Lille, which is just across the border into France although you'd hardly know you'd even changed country, except for the arrogance of the people. This was the second of our Euro train rail passes, and I must confess I was still trying to get used to how it worked. We had bought 10 days of ...
... at Middleburg in Holland, so we need to find some strong men to help get our dinghy on to our roof before then, as it is rather heavy and we do not want to put our backs out.
John went for a walk along the boats to talk to people to find out information (I know, it is tough as he finds it hard to talk to people!!!) About 1.5 hours later he returns after having been right into the city which is right on our doorstep and found ...
... we thought! We just started steering from inside when the heavens opened and our 3rd lot of hailstones with thunder and lightning. What a difference a day makes – yesterday sunbathing and today it is winter.
A lot of boats have taken their inside steering position out to make a bigger saloon, but we have been grateful to still have ours on more than 1 occasion. This turned out to be the
longest hailstorm and sleet shower ...