Campanile Valenciennes Petite Foret
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With a solid 5 hours sleep under our belt, we rose with the enthusiasm of Year 12 students who had been up all night playing WOW. Needless to say the espresso over breakfast helped. Having mastered the path to the Gare du Nord from our accommodation, we made it with plenty of time to grab some water and munchies for the 2.5 hour trip North. Destination - Brugge in Belgium. To get there ...
... weather kept changing into the evening with torrential downpours and Steve went dancing in it just for the hell of it with Sasha and Ella joining in for a minute or two. They were absolutely soaked!
The evening meal was a risotto cooked by Isi with her bad back but feeling a bit easier, accompanied by more massive thunder and rain storm.
We played Rummikub again and a bit of reading once both cheeky monkeys were in ...
... door to go and fix it. Eventually we got through and into the marina which is also a sailing school.
Steve wanted to try out Sasha (5½) and Ella’s (2½) life jackets to make sure they were the correct size for their weight as they wear them at all times on deck and to know they would do their job if the unthinkable happened. The children on the next boat were jumping in so that encouraged Sasha to follow Steve and ...
... and just keeping important ones and a few maps.
Mons is known as the culture capital of Wallonia and next year is the culture capital of Europe. It is an old city where the ”sainted lady”, known as Lady Waudru (also known as Waltrude or Voutrud) lived. People would come to see her and healing miracles were attributed to her when she was living and after her death. When the country and Mons was being hit by a Plague she was to ...
... lined with trees and are well organised and maintained as we have seen before the best in Europe (but a bit boring). There are not many stopping places along the canal side due to the concrete sides or they have boulders in wire cages to line the sides to stop erosion, both not being boat friendly. John had found a car mirror some days ago and spent an hour or so making holders so we could mount it for a rear view mirror on the busy canals.
Today we ...
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