River Meuse, Belgium, 26th May to 6th June 2007
Chateua Freyr on the River Meuse
Magnificent rocks guarding the entrance to the town of Dinant
Dinant, the citadel and the onion domed church
John guarding the gate to the citadel
Our mooring, taken from the citadel
A view of the River taken from the citadel
Jane with Mr Sax, the inventor of the saxaphone who lived in Dinant
Moorings along the River Meuse at Namur. We found this a bit noisy as there were large commercial barges going past all day and evening. Also, we had to pay and had no facilities at all!
Our next mooring in Namur on the River Sambre , just off the River Meuse (free and quieter!)
A view of the River Meuse from the citadel at Namur
Namur Chateau, now a very posh hotel
A giant, fully laden commercial barge along the River Sambre (this was where we began to feel very small!)
Everyone else felt small too! (see if you can spot the man!!)
A lock door coming up from underground. The lock was about 20 metres wide by 160 metres long!
Wanze marina near Huy. We are moored up at the entrance on the right
Huy citadel, with its cable car across the River Meuse
The marina at Liege. Jennie and Mike were on their way to travel with us for a month.
The diver at Liege
Liege Town Hall and square, our last town in Belgium!