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The campsite is well situated within cycling distance of the historic centre of Ghent., so it is easy to cycle in and out. It is also in a Sports zone with a 5km loop track which you can walk, jog or cycle around. Also, adjacent the campsite is a recreation area with its own beach, grassy area and plenty of entertainment for kids. The shower facilities were ok - but our shower block had no hot water or the three days we were there, which wasn't a problem because the weather was so hot. There is a shop on site and the Taff are helpful. You can also get a bus to the town centre from the campsite
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... dish or tipple, but we were not leaving without filling up on cheap diesel first. Who says the English don’t appreciate European culture?
The next 80 miles were familiar to us, as they had been driven 8 days earlier just in the opposite direction. With a 15km tunnel under her belt Nikki was cured. Or was she? Snoop made a huge mistake. He had two options as we approached Brussels, continue on the motorway ...
... Walking around a real castle put me in a good place to quote GoT for the next hour. The walking tour included a "movie guide" but it was stupid. Like, if you were to watch Robin Hood Men in Tights as your tour guide but it wasn't funny and the dubbing was bad. We ditched the headphones and iPods and just ...
... got a very expensive quiche and hot chocolate each, and Gabi and Guille got a pasta and soup. The soup was the best value, but it was still all expensive! So after our meal, we headed back over to the metro (resisting going to play in Mini Europe) and got a train back to the hostel. We went to the bar while Gabi and Guille went out to get something printed and organised, so we chilled out on the wifi for a bit, sussing out how to get to Gent that night. I contacted ...
... really scary. But then I remind myself that I'm going to the land of free refills, free toilets, frozen yoghurt, motels, diners, great customer service, wifi, loads of cars and lots of English, and I feel better. Besides, you can't plan life on the road any more than you can plan life at home, really. I'll see when I get there, day after day, destination after destination.
Which would be a great conclusion. Only, it's not. Because this is where things start to ...
... a room downstairs which we can use and make tea and coffee for ourselves. We got unpacked and washed a couple of things and headed out for dinner. Again a very expensive meal - eating out here is pretty much $20.00 and over for the main course - sometimes we have been lucky to get a get meal which is starter, main and dessert for under 20.00 anyway this meal was extremely good. The waitress/ only staff did not speak much English, fish vs ...