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Vlissingen & Middelburg 10 november 2013

two NS-day tickets from Kruidvat 13,99 euro each on our way to the South-West province Zeeland

hailstones upon our arrival in Vlissingen

machine factory

Lunchtime in snack bar De Mix
Smalle Kade 1

Turkisch "kapsalon" with döner

De Beurs

Michiel de Ruyter port

Michiel de Ruyter

in honor of saving crew and passengers

beach, but too cold for bikini girls



crossing Walcheren from Westerschelde (Vlissingen) to Veerse Meer,

arrived in Middelburg

Lange Jan abbey tower (90,5m)

climbing 207 steps of the Lange Jan

view South-West (old townhall)

view South-East (railway station)

view North (abbey)

old townhall (1452-1520), now exhibition centre (De Vleeshal) and since 2004 Roosevelt Academy

have a look into the sewer


The Four Freedoms were goals articulated by United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt on January 6, 1941.
known as the Four Freedoms speech (technically the 1941 State of the Union address), he
proposed four fundamental freedoms that people "everywhere in the world" ought to enjoy:
    Freedom of speech
    Freedom of worship
    Freedom from want
    Freedom from fear

the back of the old townhall

a building on the edge of the center in Middelburg, from 1607 with a grand café, cinema halls and a garden terrace.

restaurant Nan King, but no appetite due to the large portions in the Turkish snack bar

iPhone-girl addicted to social media with free Wi-Fi on the train