Auberge La Grande Cure
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... down for three or four weeks and declare vacation for all employees; they may not get to choose when to take their vacation.
August is usually the month chosen since it's the warmest in this part of Europe. In the Nordic countries July is warmer (but the average high in Stockholm then is only in the mid-60s F – hardly not exactly balmy). My wife and I once vacationed with friends in Sweden in July, and we did swim in the Baltic, ...
It's a beautiful day but because the campsite is expensive, I'm reluctant to leave early. I discover that one of the coin machines is broken. I can shower as long as I want. I hang my towel to dry and break up camp. I'm feeling like walking. Today I'm heading for Neufchateau. It's quite hilly an in some point I'm just to tired to keep walking and I start to hitchhike. I'm getting picked up by a nice girl quite ...
I break up camp quite early. The weather is good and I'm very energetic. I start with getting some food in town and then start heading for Bastogne. I don't like to wait on a car while I hitchhike so when I say I hitchhike, I'm actually walking and then putting up my thumb when I see or hear a car. It's not really working today. The road is probably not really good for hitchhiking. I walk quite a distance before I get picked up. It's a very nice guy on ...
... don't know why but I wave back. Turns out there was somebody behind me. We have a good laugh about it and it's the start off a nice evening with bbq. I was early in La-Roche-en-Ardenne and first I thought I should push on. The reason I didn't is that it's such I nice town. It's just that I'm feeling bad about stopping early but I have to realise that I also need to enjoy ...
Thursday 21 August
This morning I am joined by a bird on the hotel balcony. It flew into the overhanging roof, batted around a bit and fell to the floor. Obviously stunned, it scrabbled up to the ledge and sat in the (avian) recovery position for a good 15 minutes, beady eyes trained on me. Didn't say much.
We set off for the long ride north. No pictures as it is mostly on the ...