Au milieu de nulle part
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
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... left the next morning but the boy and the teacher stayed in the cellar for 30 days. The amazing thing was that it was a true story. Only the boy is still alive and still lives in Bastogne. He lost his parents during the bombing. The town was ruined but they have rebuilt it. We spent over three hours following their stories. It really was very cleverly done. Tomorrow we drive back to Brussels and take the car back. We leave on Monday at ...
... 12 we had done a measly 25 odd km, and I wasn't really feeling it.
Every town seemed somewhat abandoned, and then youd come across a shop that just blew your mind. At some point we found a shop that restored and sold vintage motorbikes. In the middle of no where.
By 2, we'd reached neuf-chateau, and were feeling rather peckish.all along the way we'd been seeing these ...
... F1' skiing (if you can believe the sign, and gambling, with a casino as the town's centrepiece. It was bitterly cold walking around and we couldn't find a nice cafe so we retreated (or advanced) to the local airfield, which dispensed the coffee but was otherwise soulless. With the campsite (€18) just a mile back towards the town, we spent the rest of ...
... Michel and his wife Mirielle for dinner at La Plage Amee restaurant. Jerry and Michel had reconnected through LinkedIn last year and arranged to meet in Namur as part of our itinerary. Michel works for the European Space Agency in Paris and commutes every Monday & Friday between Paris and Namur. Not as bad as it may sound with the high speed trains. The meal was great as was the company. Always ...
... her local village, Thy-Le-Chateau. Apparently it was quite wealthy back in the day and had a lot of industry happening here. This has all since ended, which I think is usually the case for these small medieval villages. Today its quiet and beautiful.
We visited her Godfather’s house, whom has a dairy farm. He makes his own butter, cheese and yoghurt, which are also sold in the local stores. ...