Hotel the Wigwam
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... really cool, the lower deck of the ferry took bikes and scooters only. There were lines of racks with tie down straps for bikes. I've never seen anything like this. So awesome! The next bit took us along the side of a sizeable canal. It had lots of cool bridges across. Some pivoted up, some spun around. We weaved our way through Middleburg and some other towns. Our next sighting of the North Sea had in the distance one of the causeway things we ...
... in the canal. We waited for 10mins for the barge to pass and the road to be lowered back down. We found the hotel (Hotel der Duinen) easy enough after that and couldn't have been made more welcome. We decided to pay an extra €18 per day to park the car in a locked garage (about 100m away from the hotel). Parking is very tricky and limited to 4 hourly periods only. Marc our host speaks excellent English (he was a teacher in a previous life) and gave us lots ...
... cannot be delivered on time! So we need to make the two stop train ride from Lissewege Station to Zeebrugge and collect the biles from "JUMP" Cycles ourselves. Lissewege Station is about as busy as a Hornby Train set in a power cut. Fresh from our travels by train from Epsom to The Crimea we arrive 20 minutes early only to be greeted by tumbleweed and a waste bin that probably only needs emptying every 2 years! The ...
... the former colonial plantations - former Dutch Plantation Peperpot, with old colonial buildings and nature trails - by korjaal to Braamspunt, to watch the dolphins and to have a day on the beach - Cynthia McLeods boat Sweet Merodia takes you on a plantation tour - Hannover savanna, near Zanderij International Airport, ideal birding place - Warappa creek excursion, birding and visiting colonial sites - by korjaal to Matapica beach - take a swim at Cola Kreek or at Blaka ...
... were similar to Amsterdam but still keeping in their own style with the buildings mostly built out of bricks. Canals weaved their way through the town with cute little bridges everywhere, the streets were clean and overall I would have to say it is one of my top towns that I have seen in Europe. We only stayed in Brugge until just after lunch as we thought we would revisit it another afternoon for tea and cake as that seemed to be the thing to do there as there were so ...