The Stag Club Netherlands hosted the 33rd European Stag Meeting. They organised a very full programme with routes of between 70 and 100 miles per day for the 125 cars from Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Great Britain, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
The detailed routes guided us through country lanes, around pretty harbours, over dykes alongside canals and lock systems and along North Sea beaches and even through the narrow base of the Heimolen, a windmill dating from 1866. We visited the beautiful Basilica of Ooudenbosch, built between 1865 and 1892 as a scaled replica of St Peters in Rome, the old Town Hall in Bergen-op-Zoom, the Markiezenhof, the Marquises Palace built in 1485 in Bergen op Zoom, the oldest in the Netherlands, Watersnoodmuseum (the Great Flood Museum). It was a fabulous weekend visiting places we would not have found on our own.
A great big thanks to The Stag Club Netherlands!!!
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