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City tour in the morning, lunch onboard then back to the city to walk around, see the cathedral and buy Belgium chocolate. We took the train into the city and walked back through the city. A ...
... attempt. Begun in 1957, work was stalled in the late '60s by environmentalists who objected to the effect altering the tides would have on wild life and 'horizontal pollution' among other things. The project resumed in earnest in 1974 and the result is three enormous movable storm barriers connected by two man-made islands on the East Schelde River. Although I barely understand the Delta Project, I am impressed by the technology, ...
... wanted to have him go on his own if he really
needed to see the square in lights. But, the attitude taken for this
journey is one where everyone gets to do what they want to do and if at all
possible, “everybody rides the same rides”; something I experienced years ago
on a trip to an Amusement Park with my Aunt Pat’s friend Jerry and the whole
family. It was the best time ever at an amusement park, and the first
time I had ...
... used for weaving high quality fabrics.
We stopped to order some Dutch fish from a stand and were swooped by the largest looking seagulls I have ever seen (at least 3 times the size of our seagulls) one took off with a large piece of fish whilst another had several goes flying in my face. ...
... a few lonely nights I entered the rolling hills of the Ardenne forest and saw my first sign for Luxembourg. A much needed psychological boost of progression. I was beginning to learn that with each rotation of the pedals, little by little the miles were totting up and propelling me across Europe. A long way to go, but as each day passes there's a little less road to ride. The first hills were a shock to the ...