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... by Jews fleeing Spain. A big silver tray piled with bulos awaited us back on board. A cross between a cinnamon stick and a sticky bun, they are very, very good.
Middleburg is a stop on our way to Veere, the launching point for a trip to Neeltje Jans, the site of the Delta Project. Beginning with windmills, the Dutch have been draining the land and fighting the waters for centuries; the Delta Project is their latest ...
Wandered up and down through the picturesque streets of Veere which means two towers, not far from Goes. It is on a canal and was a fishing and trading city. It had very strong links with Scotland and the Scottish were given special trading rights. The main trade was fine wool which ...
... ducks sat on the grass. They were very cute. Brugge is stunningly beautiful but I could see that in the summer it would be jam-packed with tourists. It was getting much busier by this point, when I'd first got there it was quite quiet, but there was a running race on and they were starting to put all the barriers up. Also the majority of the shops were only open from 2 until 6 so the place was also filling up with shoppers, so I figured it was time for me to ...
5th June 2012
It is a lovely sunny day, although there is still a chill in the wind. 100% better than yesterday, sunny and calm! After breakfast John set about repairing the middle windscreen wiper and thought he had done it when it came off in his hand! We now need a new one. He then fixed the horn as it sounded like it had a sore throat (not that we have ever needed to use it) due to some water getting ...
We had a full day driving to and from Brugge and spending as much time in the city as the day would allow. Brugge was definitely one of my favorite aspects of the trip. This lovely old city was once defined by its canals. However, the canal access ...