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... br> By this stage it was 4pm, so we only managed a brief look at a chateau at Modave before heading for home on secondary roads which gives a much better view of the countryside.
We drove through Huy, but didn't manage to find the Mur de Huy which had a stage finish of the Tour earlier in the month and features in the Fleche Wallone spring classic cycle race.
I had hoped to get across to Spa Francochamps to see if ...
... with bottles of beer 16 cents + 10 cents refundable when the bottles are returned. The beer is a refreshing lager 4.7%. We set off as the sailing schools were getting out their Optimists and Picos out. Sasha is going to start learning next year so she was very interested in the boats.
Then we were off to the Ronquieres incline plane (which opened in 1968 after 6 years of construction) which on approach looked ...
... on Markt Square. Its is basically a movie made about the old days in Bruges and as you walk through the museum there are lots of different scenes etc. The best part was once you finish they have a beer cafe so we got to sit down enjoy the warmth and a few more Belgium Beers, we had already decided we were not going to try the same beer twice which was easy as most places had at least 300 different types!
Later that arvo we found a ...
... restaurants along the road but all of the one that looked ok were either shut or looked like sleazy men's bars so we headed back to a bakery that was near the car.
There was no menu so with broken French we ordered baguettes with salad and cheese, and one with chicken in mayonnaise and salad. We enjoyed these along with a coffee but the cake cabinet was calling so we decided on an eclair filled with custard,fresh berries and cream and ...
... someone else cooks it though isnt it??
Peet and Miek, some old time dutch hippies ran the place. Peet built all of what you can see in the photos with help from Miek who took care of most of the cooking. They are both yogis and spend all of the winter months in India.
enjoy the photos.