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... all it's glory. Once entering I then headed to the more residential streets and was astonished how every house was painted orange. Not literally of course, but there were so many 'NETHERLANDS ARE THE CHAMPIONS' and similar banners across the entire 'Straats' they might as well have been Tangoed. This was World Cup time, around late Group Stages if my memory is correct. Even the local side SV Sluis had got in on the act, with a sign up (coloured ...
... over to make room receiving a grateful smile and ‘Danke.” I thought-, “German speakers to the left.’ And started attempting to construct a greeting or question in German in my head to use with them later. Meanwhile Dan was having his own problems.
“She keeps hitting me with her backpack,” he whispered his eyes narrowed in annoyance. I looked over at the ‘backpack’ and ...
... I was ready to go. Our whole group managed to be ready to head to town by 10am and we decided to walk so we could explore. There wasn't much on our street but once we crossed a bridge it got more interesting and right away we saw a cool tower. There were no signs or doors in so we had no idea what is was. I read this in a travel book but the best thing to do in Belgium is to avoid the main touristy chocolate and lace shops and ...
... again seeing as the wind is still howling even though it is less and on the way back went into the clubhouse where it was all decorated out in Orange ready for the big football match tonight. 6pm John went over to see what the atmosphere was like. He saw the 1st 20mins and the Denmark goal. We later went for a lovely walk along the coast along the dyke.
When we got back to the marina, we said goodbye ...
... though I think it was just their every day clothing.
There were a few amazing bridges along the canal as well. Of course, there was the traditional draw bridge where the deck parts in the middle and both sides raise up, but we also saw a bridge that worked a bit like a pendulum. There were poles on each of the corners and large counterweights at the tops of the poles. To raise the bridge, the ...
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