Chateau De La Poste
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... I'm particular about what I like, and in Belgium, the selection is magnificent. It was a bit underwhelming, but David (my Belgian friend) and I visited 't Brugs Beertje in Bruges, one of the breweries where Jeff the founder of New Belgium learned to make his beer. It looked like a typical pub, but I suppose he got some special treatment the day he visited. Anyway, I saw a Fat Tire tin sign on the ...
... It was unbelievable.. I am still in disbelief that we actually got to see this place :) We then drove to Belgium which will be our last stop on the journey. Riley's host parents, Francis and Bernadette, are some of the most lovely people I have met. We have developed some kind of franglish-hand-talking and I feel like I understand almost everything we are talking about. Today we are going to just kinda take it ...
... birding pass before there is a $75.00 to do that at the counter.
The flight was great, we had no issues. Everyone was nice but there are no perks. For the price we will always fly the regional airlines over the big airlines.
In Brussels we got out of the airport we found our friends, Charlotte and her dad Ghislain. We found a coffee place and sat down to wait for Dale and the kids. We took the time to catch up on news.
We had a ...
... drove into Namur and it was quite obvious by the buildings it is a rich city. We stopped outside the Versailles Palace (no not the place near Paris, just a dicey looking local casino) to visit the ATM (quite handy having an ATM next to a casino). We then headed for the Citadel. The Citadel is an old fortress on the hill overlooking Namur used from the 16th to 20th Century. There's a staircase all the way up the hill and a heart attack is a guarantee ...
... and in the evening attended the Last Post ceremony at Menin Gate....a moving and fitting end to our day. Ypres is a beautiful small town with a stunning town square where we enjoyed a great meal.It has been an emotional and tiring day.
A really good summary. Still doesn't come close to being there though. Peter
We travelled the war journey through Belgium and France as my Grandfather also fought as was wounded ...