Le 1815 Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... but I wasn't holding my breath as he had mentioned a few other things they were going to do for me but they didn't eventuate. Anyway - I digress.
He called and of course, no one has called me on my mobile for AGES so I wasn't attuned to the "seagull" ringtone - let alone over George Michael playing on my laptop. He and a couple of friends (minus his gf as he was working her 2nd job) were on their way. "Just turn immediately right ...
... with cow skin, making its height even more impressive. The cobblestone roads and the crazy-old buildings made life great, to say the least. There was actually a brief period of sun, so we ate dinner on the square as I had convinced David that he needed to try Moules Frites (mussels and fries). We splurged for the first time, and boy was it worth it. David got about 75 mussels and I got rabbit prepared the Flemish way (we both had some Leffe beer, of course).
Forgot to mention on Saturday's blog - while having lunch with Jean-Philippe and family, we got a phone call on Veronica's mobile - by the time Veronica got it out of her bag it rang out - a missed call from our son Peter's girlfriend Rachel.
Veronica hit the return call button and got a French speaking man on the phone - she couldn't understand him, and after a few fumbling attempts to communicate she hung up.
A few moments later the mobile rang and Veronica answered and ...
Take a look at the photos on yesterday's blog - there are some more.
Well, another big day in Belgium!
After a lovely continental breakfast in our B&B, Jean-Philippe, Christine and Rebecca picked us up for a visit to Brugge, which is in the north of Belgium. The area is Flemish and people living there speak in Dutch - the south ...
Caught the train at 6.55am – under the Channel and then a stop at Calais where the Howes disembarked for their journey to Bayeux in Normandy.
Veronica and I travelled onto Brussels where we were met by our good friends Jean-Philippe, Christine and Rebecca Lebeau – they had a fantastic sign saying "Gary & Veronica Welcome", with the Belgium and Australian flags. It was good to see them after two and half years – we had met ...