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... grave of Eric - a US soldier, who, upon finding himself behind enemy lines, sniped and killed enemy soldiers for some time before he was discovered. And upon discovery, they found his body (shot dead) with another 4 or 5 enemy killed - he had stabbed them before they were able to fatally shoot him! They bred them tough back then! Unfortunately, Matt and Georgia weren't quite so tough, so only Steven and Tom made it to ...
... it had to be done) and finishing up on the '****’ Belgium roads – Jase’s words!
Arriving in Spa a bit later than expected we had a tough time finding a campground that was still open and ended up driving in circles, contemplating another roadside night. We finally found a ground which opened from 7 – 7.30pm for new arrivals, so were able to stop in Spa and walk around the centre for a half hour, before checking in.
Having pulled into ...
Another wet start, tents and things started to get pretty damp. A new chill in the air aswell, did add poetry to a very pretty area, the woods envelope eveything around so it feels wild. Trevs rear tyre went pop, we managed to sort it out so we could ride... only very slowly to Bastogne. It was meant to be a rest day but we ended up doing 20 miles that took us hours. Found the local bike shop, and da'corrd it's closed on ...
... tried to help, after he got his hands a tad opily he left for the toilet being no help at all. Bless him! Finally got it sorted and it didn,t take us too long to find a nice wood for the night. We risked our first fire of the trip, sat down to an odd rissoto made of rice and a cuppa soup thing helped down with a few tinnies as we gazed into the fire. Rain followed us to bed.
... and took it to the town
of Jambes. It was worth a quick walk around, and then it was back on the water
taxi for the return trip. The highlight of the day was a visit to Citadelle
Namur. This historical site is a must when visiting Belgium. It is one of the
largest fortresses in Europe. Beyond its size and history it offers magnificent
panoramas of the city. After spending six hours in Namur, we caught the train
back to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking