BEST WESTERN Hotel Restaurant L'Auberge
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... to glance in their direction and they are over. I love the way that serving alcohol from cafes is no big deal. Picture folks at the Bean Tree, at 10am, having a glass of beer or wine; so civilized. Although the Euro exchange rate is knocking me around a little, comparatively, food and drinks etc are quite cheap. We do live in the best country on the planet, but, we pay for it.
And remember.............."We travel not to escape life but for life not to escape us." Anonymous
... to it. Rows of bare grape vines line the hill in front of a stone wall. The entrance is marked with a massive red door and nestled in on top is a restaurant. I take a seat under the vaulted ceilings and enjoy a crisp dutch white wine.
Back on the train to Leuven I join the masses of students and commuters. I follow them through the train stations until I find myself walking up to my front door.
... that! Next morning we see the public moorings about 100 yards downstream and move there before anybody spots that we're trespassing. Lunch out in Maastricht today, sitting outside under heaters - great 3 course set lunch. Weather freezing and wet. We've decided to move on in the morning so that there's no chance of cruising in the dark ...
... the monk version of pretzels. It looks like bread with nuts on it, but it is crispy and flaky, cooked with almond paste/poppyseed filling and coated with toasted slice almonds wound into pretzel shape. It also did happen to be Friday too. Another yummy find.
We went into Kaufhof- a large German department store (compare to Macy's) to get Sheree the right size knitting needles for sock knitting, as she did not bring them with her. Over the years ...
... further away but were happy to walk down to Monschau knowing our car would not be gliding down the hill without us. This is a reminder that winter isn’t all about pretty scenes of snow covered villages and landscapes.
Monschau is a beautiful historic town built along a lovely river. We walked down a narrow road lined with shops selling all sorts of goods - socks, hats, gloves, blown glass figures and ornaments, leather goods, hand carved ...