Campanile Lille Seclin
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... to Kortrijk and then a connection to Bruges. I decided the best alternative was to hitch. The first 10 minutes saw only Belgium drivers giving me the thumbs down. It was like they were telling me to "get real". Then along came a Porsche and it was full speed ahead to Ypres. I think we almost caught the bus up and it had a 10 minute start over 7km!!!!!
Was a really good day. Beautiful weather and I made ...
... tomato soup - Water on a red coloured plate.
And, finally, Why do a Dutchmen take a bags of hay to bed? To feed their nightmares!
Ok, what's left? Chocolates, Beer, Highways, and the Royal palace.
Belgium produces an average of 220.000 tons of chocolate a year. No wonder there is a shortage of cocoa beans around the word. These are production figures otherwise you would see everyone eating chocolate in the streets (if there was any room left for ...
... and pilgrims. Various additions and repairs were made in the 1700's. It is mostly in ruins now, except for the visitor wing which has been rebuilt for a conference and weddings and parties center. The grounds include the abbey church ruins, ruins of the cloisters, several,of the gardens - it was a huge property and must have been enormously wealthy for several centuries. They brew a beer called Abbaye d'Aulne. It was sampled and highly approved especially the brune and ...
... makes you realize the huge waste and stupidity of wars. We also wandered around some of the area. Lots of war graves, some in yards the size of a tennis court and lots of bigger ones too.
Again, the countryside is lovely and we enjoyed the day despite the down side of things.
Back to Arras by a completely different and sometimes exciting route. One road we were on was only one lane wide. Fortunately no one coming our way from the opposite direction! ...
... hotel rooms and meals out or on the run. Ate dinner on the gorgeous terrace with the church bells chiming every 15 min and the roosters cockadoodle doing from the neighbours yard. The owner came in to chat. He is with Belgium's national police drug enforcement. We learned lots about Belgium's politics, geography and its upcoming referendum. There a lot of similarities between the Flemish and the French here and the English and the French in ...