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... market shopping must be a big deal in the town because one bar we went into was full, and the next was crowded also, but we managed to find a table and try a couple more of Belgium beers. (I'm not usually much of a beer drinker, but they certainly make some nice beer in Belgium, although some is very potent, at 9%!) Lunch was at JP's, with homemade tomato soup to start, then pizza and salad. After all that we had to have a rest! Andre ...
Left Gent in brilliant sunshine after a spectacular sunrise.
To Rochefort, also recommended by the Belgian woman we spoke to at length on the train back from Ypres.
The GPS in our new car has its specific pecularities which bring frustration in different ways to TT. Should, through no fault of your own, you need to go off the directed route, She, has ...
... for everyone but me, Elias ate nearly all of the pastries, there was nothing left for the other kids. So, off we went to the bakery shop with all of the kids so they could choose what they wanted.
We took the kids to Waterloo, the site where Napoleon lost his battle, to see the site of the Lion and the museum with depictions of the battle. It was amazing to see how the place has changed but is ...
... close together and are conveniently connected by regular trains, making travel by public transport optimum. In French-speaking Wallonia , however, most attractions were caves, castles, bucolic valleys and outdoor activities .
Staying in Belgium was not as exciting as we have predicted but it was fun and educational nonetheless . ...
... from it all, was the trip really real.... the girls had all ganged together in the middle of the bus, be it just out of politeness or a little home comfort, but we chatted all the way until we made it to the white cliffs of Dover, which were surrounded by some apocalyptic clouds.... the ferry crossing was not going to be a glorious one!! We were joined at the port by over 50 cars that were in Convoy to the 'Snowbombing' festival. They were all in fancy dress ...