Tulip Inn Bergen Op Zoom
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... a return trip for €6 each) then we took another tram to what we thought was the "old" houses but they turned out to be "odd" houses. Odd they were as they were cubes. John went inside and they certainly have a lot of wasted space and make you feel giddy just looking at the pictures! By the cube houses they are building a new indoor/covered market hall which has apartments at the side and above with the ends open. ...
Fine with sunny periods early, clouding over and dull with drizzle later, 19-24deg. The predicted thunderstorm for yesterday afternoon finally arrived at 4am this morning cooling the place down. The locals, like us, were pleased about that, although they did come out in droves for various water-sports and to worship the sun yesterday. Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe and one of the worlds busiest. It started life as a Dam on ...
We woke up to pouring rain....really??? Our last day on our cruise and it was rainy, foggy, and generally ugly. About half way through the morning we started seeing windmills and dykes. Very interesting to see a wall along the river with nothing but roof tops behind it. We docked right after lunch and magically the rain slowed to a drizzle. Not the perfect ...
... the window it's so beautiful gahhhh. Today we are just going to walk around the harbour and the art district. Then tomorrow maybe hit up some museums and the park for some tanning! After getting settled in, we walked around downtown and magically stumbled into the shopping district hehehe. We saw some cute stuff but nothing was travel friendly (burgundy corduroy overalls I will come back for you some day) so we decided get our ...
... were all these problems in Argentina ports and then suddenly Falklands was taken off the itinerary. This is a huge blow to the islanders, who depend voor large deal on income generated from tourists, especially the cruiseship passengers.
Now, after more problems in Ushuaia in the past weeks, HAL has taken Ushuaia off the intinerary of some of the sailings and in fact the present sailing has called on the Falklands yesterday. This was quite unexpected and there was a ...