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Wednesday 8th July
On Monday night, we stayed in a
campsite in the grounds of an old chateau that we have stayed in before near
the village of Aische-en-Refail. The plan was we would arrive early and cycle
down an old railway line into the city of Namur. We did this last time we were
there but didn't have time to ...
Ready? Let’s pick up where we left off. We left Amsterdam and headed south through Belgium and then into Northern France.
Let me digress for a second here… You know how there are parts of the US and Canada of course - like say West Virginia or Mississippi or New Jersey or Newfoundland… that other parts of the country pick on? You know, there is always that place you mention in jokes or when you are trying to make a point about a ...
Pack up early to move on today. Prego found a stick, of which she was incredibly proud! We drove through the rain to St Omer. The non-toll roads took us via Saint Eloi where there’s a ruined abbey. The weather had eased by then so we stopped for a look. The ruins tower above your head and as the clouds move in the sky above, it feels like it’s all falling.... Very weird experience! We arrived at our first Aires site, ...
... a shock to see so many English cars as we had not seen any for such a long time.
Arrived here in time for a leisurely lunch and actually sat out in the sunshine.
Travelling ,(and wine), caught up on us and we retired to our room for a siesta.
Although we have both loved every minute of this trip we are ready to be home, see the family and settle down ...
... last night so soon at the railway station but very little information available on signs inside. Had no idea where we should be for our train until we found an Information desk - lady confirmed that the platform number for our train would not be identified until 16 min before the train was due to leave ! Had a cup of tea and some breakfast while waiting. Finally aboard our 'long' train -we were looking for coach 12 and had to walk past coaches that counted ...