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... 3 train connections. Again Mumsy has to take the credit when she realised that the French issued ticket had the French name for a station but of course the Belgians had their own different named sign up. I blithely wouldn't have changed trains.
Anyhow with not too much drama we arrived in Brugges a little late.
We are not sure what language is spoken here. Flemish? Our taxi driver who had very ...
... which he thought were really yummy. Next we went on a wine tour of Blaye and Cote de Bourg. We went to Chateau Roussel and started our tour in the vines. Ben saw the 2 different types of grape leaves: merlot and cabernet Sauvignon. Jon heard that some of the grape vines were 4 years old like Jonny. Some of the other grape vines were 40 years old like Mummy (but not Daddy). We then saw some big metal vats ...
... English and had impressive walls and battlements. Ben and Jon also got to pretend to fire cannons at the invaders! Ben, Jon and Daddy pretended we were protecting the citadel from baddies and that the sentry post was our rocket ship. After a fun afternoon and some yummy crepes for dessert, it was time to head to our apartment and off to ...
... the way the tolls from San Sebastian to Blaye came to about €12.00 in 4 pieces. You get very good at having the card ready as you approach the barrier.
It was €6.55 to park for the night which is barrier controlled and toilets are on site too.
Fortuitously there is a small restaurant adjacent and a humble pizza and few beers at 21:00 before he closed was a worthy reward after a lot of driving.
It will take me a month to get back to Irish time for going to ...
... or so. Not very busy as I walked in. Very cute waitress who didn't speak English, she got the guy who spoke English a little. Ordered salad with tomato and lettuce and mozzarella. And then spaghetti with tomato sauce and basil. Ordered a local beer too, good stuff. Cheaper than that imported ****. Came with lots of parm and pepper. Place got super busy by the time I left. Headed back to the hotel and slept like a ...