'Jardin Du The' - 'Le Breughel'
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Travel Blogs from Namur
We left Chuckles (the english pub) nice and early, warmed up the legs on a few hills. Then when the day seemed to be flwoing nicely we hit the nightmare of industrial Belgium. It was so hard to navigate on maps with such large scales and road signs that were pretty useless. It is also worth noting that belgian road ...
Today is the last full day of our vacation so we decided
to leave the city as we felt we've seen everything of importance there was to
see. Namur was suggested as a pretty town, with lots of medieval charm. Namur
has taken on a new role as the capital of the federal region of Wallonia. Its
location at the head of the Ardennes has also made it a popular tourist center.
After purchasing train tickets at Central Station we were ...
... locks without incident but it was difficult.
The Dutch cruiser stayed with us all the way to Dinant. The party boat made 1 toilet stop with the fellers lined up under a bridge and the women diving into the restaurant for relief. They caught us up and did one more lock with us before getting to their destination.
All the time it rained but we had continued instead of stopping again as all the locks were ready for us so made the journey so easy. ...
... and it was the last working day...becauooooooose..it was the beginning of "Namur en Mai" festival that night!!!!!!
"So we have to do a lot of things today" - we thought.
It really seemed that Namur was not ready for the festival that started that evening... so we thought that we would do a lot of work.
And we did a lot))
We helped hanging curtains again, we repaired Pamela again and helped in carrying some things ...
... of being there. We already knew the city very well)))
Galateia offered to play a game when we came home.
Everybody knows this game, but nobody knows the name of it)))
It's when you imagine a famous character (actor, singer, politician, sportsman...) and write down his name on a piece of paper and then stick the paper to your neighbor's forehead and he asks different ...