Auberge La Grande Cure
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left for belgium this morning. Just entered the french speaking country and I read about some caves in liege, belgium that I will try to find. And then onto brussels.. an intereting thing in europe is all the public bathrooms cost money to use... here are some pictures of the roads. The sign that looks like a ghost busters sign means theres no speed ...
... and there are sheep everywhere grazing...seems like a good way to cut the grass and not blow up any people...wonder how many sheep they lose in a year.......
so form there i went towards the starting trenches for the attack...and found a place to park...wandered about and found the actual reconstructed trenches....really cool....so I kept wandering and found the information center...long story short....I got me ticket for the next tour...I wanted to see ...
... not hopeful for Ricciardo - he's better in the rain.
We start shedding layers of clothing as the sun slowly starts to thaw us out - then cook us! The start of the race, Ricciardo holds his position and Vettel moves up. In the first few laps, Hamilton and Rossburg in 1st and 2nd place have a collision, enough to need to both pitstop and put them back in the field. Slowly Riccardo works his way up, past Vettel and others. Before long he is well ahead, we see ...
Up earlyish at 6.30am. Lovely breakfast at 7.30am. Pastries every morning is lovely but I miss my toast and vegemite. Left for track at about 8.30am. Good run there. Interesting parking in parking 36 trying to avoid the mud. I had to get out so two parking peeps could push the car back with Brad driving and them yelling "don't stop". Went to our seats and watched supports ...
... Saturday is generally very quiet.
Our Dutch neighbours left us with directions to the track and the best entry gate, also with advice not to park at the first car park but to drive as far as we could before parking. This made sense when
We drove in past car park 88... 87... 86... And so they went, still kms away from the circuit! It turned out that the locals in town open up their back yards for events parking, all charging 10 euro for a ...