BEST WESTERN New Hotel de Lives
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... the shiny gold sculptures by Antwerp artist Jan Sable, before another beer/coffee stop! The heat is broken a little by some refreshing rain, and we make our way to the boat, just taking light bags. The boat is now deserted, a young woman tells us to wait for the manager. A friendly older lady comes, offers us beers, no thanks, water would be lovely... and after some confusion shows us to our lovely small, but very ...
... a lot of free time and saw already many performances... That's why we decided not to go to the festival the next day. Instead we decided to go to......Luxembourg!!!!!! )))))))))))
I have never been to Luxembourg and was looking forward to this trip)) 2 hours by train and voila new country, new city))) ...
... 12 dogs or 14... O_o O_o but not all of them in a truck))) Jeremy was from France and as far as I understood he left other dogs at home.
Maybe the information about me speaking with Belgian and French workers is not very important here in the blog about traveling, but it was very important for me to practise French and it was the part of my journey, so I decided to write about it.
At 7 ...
... Lunch was finally landed at a place by the water called the Boathuis in Beernum. Nothing was available, the service was terrible and when I ordered toast with kas ( cheese) that's exactly what I got. Not a garnish or condiment extra. Morry had lasagna and Maya Croque Monsieur. At the end of the meal, I accidentally put my helmet on backwards, which caused no end of amusement, nay hysteria for Maya. It would not have been so embarrassing except for the fact that it ...
... was swiftly restored.
I had lunch on the ferry with Sarah, Chris and Jake and I got my final fish and chip dinner – quite possibly the most expensive fish and chip dinner I’ve ever had £10.68!! ...but it was good
We arrived at Calais without a hint of the sea-sickness I usually encounter on a ferry and headed off into the French countryside. Not long into the journey we were stuck in traffic and it took a lot of us ...