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... on the side of the road, the best coffee in France at Aguine near Verdon Gorge, and crunchy baguettes and life is sweet. Except we do miss our families back home, so life is not quite perfect.
A highlight has been experiencing true French hospitality in Provins, east of Paris where we stayed with Sandra and Lionel Carambot, a wonderful couple we met in Greece. They have a small farmlet where they keep and love an enormous menagerie of 4 ...
... Dale, Elias and Belo in the airport. What a great place to meet up. We picked up our rental car, a 9 passenger vw van, and we were off.
I drove the car, the first stick shift in a long time. I couldn’t get the van into reverse so had to ask Avis to tell me the hint, pull up on the shift. I was a little nervous but drove thru Brussels with the completely incompetent instructions from our friend. After driving in a couple of circles we found the ...
... museum - over 60 bunkers and two
miles of trenches - is among the best preserved sections of the
defensive line in Europe. The fortifications survive because they were
built on land belonging to Prince Charles, Count of Flanders who decided
not to destroy them after liberation as a national monument.
Lunch: soup, fish with potatoes and spinach.
Town of Damme visit where there was an unfinished cathedral.
We saw ...
... drove into Namur and it was quite obvious by the buildings it is a rich city. We stopped outside the Versailles Palace (no not the place near Paris, just a dicey looking local casino) to visit the ATM (quite handy having an ATM next to a casino). We then headed for the Citadel. The Citadel is an old fortress on the hill overlooking Namur used from the 16th to 20th Century. There's a staircase all the way up the hill and a heart attack is a guarantee ...
... box by a matter of millimetres rather than centimetres. The truck ground to a halt and it was time to set up camp! I volunteered for truck duty along with 2 others, mopping out the truck (that 'really' needed doing after the muddy treks through the ferry we had all clearly been on!) Once that had all been on, the Helium 200 (home sweet home) was erected in the horse field under the watchful eye of 4 colts that we would be sharing the field with. With everything ...