Le Jardin d' Alix
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... are quite empty and I'm told my dead street is safe at night. I suppose I'll find out soon enough.
Most restaurants seem to be brasseries like this. Really informal in style with not that extensive a menu.
But mussels seem to be on the menu everywhere.
Pretty good... and surprisingly cheap. They were about €18 but for that you get about 70 mussels. White wine or cream sauce, and a bowl of chips. So far so ...
... the grounds of the abbey across the road for another quick glance at monastic life before driving back to our hotel for the night.
... tasted quite good. So I was forced to share… We walked back to camp and were feeling quite full after our chocolates and fries and thus decided that we would just have some salad for dinner. Our first day in Belgium had been a very pleasant one and we looked forward to sampling more chocolate, fries and let’s not forget, Belgian waffles, over the next few days.
We began the day by visiting the Tyne Cot cemetery, north-east ...
... you use the washroom in Europe. Will called to me from the other side of the room telling me he has found the toilet and it’s in the closet. Of course it is!! Silly me, why didn’t I think of that? But strange the bathroom was obviously redone recently but they moved the toilet into the closet??? Who knows?
I know I can’t stay sitting for too long so we head out to explore Lille. There is a ton of shopping and ...
After our few days of nurturing at the Mann's, we made the early morning drive to London and said sayonara to the car that had safely taken us on a whirlwind road trip through the UK.
A not so short tube ride from Heathrow to Stratford later, the next phase of our journey began as we met up with the other duo to our impending road trip foursome. We’ll call this road ...