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On the way home we made a stopover in Ypres. The well-known Cloth Hall was on the agenda, which was impressive despite the many construction sites. Unfortunately, Ypres has another special feature, unfortunately not a good one. The Germans used chlorine gas and mustard gas in Ypres for the first time in WWI.6 days ago
- Brigitte B. 🚶♀️😎, Günther 🚲🚶♂️😎, and 15 others like this.
We had hoped to catch a sunset. That's why we went out to the pier again, at the port entrance. However, clouds ☁ pushed in front of the ☀️ very quickly.7 days ago
- Brigitte B. 🚶♀️😎, Günther 🚲🚶♂️😎, and 14 others like this.
It only seems like we walked / swam in the water 🏊 😉 Low tide.7 days ago
- Brigitte B. 🚶♀️😎, Günther 🚲🚶♂️😎, and 13 others like this.
Apparently all beach sections on the North Sea, in Belgium 🇧🇪 are being renovated. Since the tide was low, there was of course little water.7 days ago
- Manfred R.K., SaBiene🐝, and 18 others like this.
Blankenberge is the only seaside resort in Belgium that even has a long pier (Belgium Pier), which has currently turned into a major construction site, and there is a lot of construction activity on the beach promenade.March 15, 2023
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See and rave about Bruges. In the heart of Bruges you will come across numerous Gothic buildings. Many have been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most magnificent part of the city is the market with its beautiful stepped gabled houses. Fortunately, the square and the surrounding streets…March 15, 2023
- SaBiene🐝, 🌄🏔🥾Daniela, and 22 others like this.
Since the weather wasn't really ours today ☔ we wanted to take it a little easier. Stop was today in Eeklo on the pitch at the marina. A little shopping and a little tour of the city. What I hadn't seen in a toilet house before was the urinal outside. The highlight for us was the cathedral. There is…March 14, 2023
City tour in Ghent. I have never seen so many listed houses and buildings in any city, there are said to be over 400. Nice weather 🌡 16°C and a strong wind, life in the city is pulsating.
We spent 3.5 km on the rental and live channel with a boat trip. There was the city to look at from a different perspective.March 13, 2023
Another stopover in Trier today.
Trier is a city in the Moselle wine region. The city was founded by the Romans and still has some well-preserved Roman monuments such as the Porta Nigra, the Dommit treasury, the Basilica of Our Lady and the Basilica of Constantine. All belong to the UNESCO World Heritage.