Memlinc Palace Hotel
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I’ve already mentioned that there is no natural light in an inside cabin. As soon as the lights are switched off, it becomes pitch black. Not a chink of light from any corner of the cabin. Why then, when I got up in the middle of the night to pop to the toilet, did I put my glasses on??! Unless they were army surplus night vision goggles (which they weren’t) it wasn’t going to enhance my sight by one iota!
And so to our ...
... Brussels around 430. Again we arrived in the dark and drizzle but our hotel was so cool! This one was about 20min walk out from the main city centre square but we were on our own little square and went for a beer before dinner. I have to say, I think I won this one was as well. Shane ordered what I had the previous night but my Belgium meatballs were amazing (served with fries of course!) we then headed back to our super comfy bed in time to watch ...
We enjoyed a slow day at the beach today. The weather is still uncommonly good here.
Kathy's uncle belongs to a sailing/beach club here and we got to play some volleyball on their court and have a "vacation" day.
The water is warm and there was a sailing camp with lots of smaller children taking hobiecats and catamaran's out into the water to learn sailing.
We learned some card games from the Russians and had a good pasta dinner at night.
... a Gulden Draak (10.5% Bruin) and 3 Klokke Roelands (11% Amber) drafts later, and I have trouble recalling much of the stumble 'home’ to bed. I know there was the obligatory meat and cheese plate and we split a sandwich in there somewhere, but the all I really remember are how tasty those high gravity brews were. Photos of the evening are obviously at a minimum, but Day 2 was still another big ...
This was when we headed up to Lynn's mum’s place up in Knokke, by the sea in the north of Belgium. But I wouldn’t get there without the many hassles I always seem to run into.
Due to the previous night ending in severe homesickness, I spent the day listening to music, writing, playing guitar, and doing some general pondering. I got to the main train station in Gent with no hassles, and arrived quite early ...