Chateau De La Poste
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Another cold but clear morning as we left the apartment, in two trips down the five flights of steps, then enjoyed a coffee at a cafe on the corner. We had seen the nearby taxi ranks each day we have been here, but alas, today when we needed one the local authorities had closed the road to put the Christmas lights up. We wandered up to the next intersection and hailed taxi within a few minutes. Of course we were 'Rob early', so we checked ...
... no wind. Not bad. Stopped for soup at Rochefort. More road works and pavements being replaced. Good soup and back on the road, this time taking the road less travelled. Obscure roads through tiny villages veering across the countryside.
Unfortunately, the weather deteriorated as the afternoon progressed. Drove through persistent rain to the small hamlet of Cartigny. Think ...
The tour started at 2pm and for 3 hours we wandered the streets of Brussels taking in its Gothic and neo-Gothic architecture and being educated on its brief but very important history. With a pit stop for some beer during the tour (this is Belgium after all) we finished up over looking the city and feeling pretty impressed given our first impression.
An attempt to find ...
... Pascaline was waiting.
A little bit about Pascaline: she was our very first exchange student, on a summer program, in 1979. We have been friends with her family since then. Pascaline’s mother, Therese, use to visit us every year and go on vacation with us. Now Pascaline’s daughter comes to visit us. Our granddaughter has visited the family as has all of our boys. It is the circle of visiting.
Dinner and fabulous French wines then ...
... we were there the rain lifted and the view was clear...the minute we decided it was time to leave it belted down again.
We had a quick wander around the top of the hill as the fort was closed although there were still lots of people around the place. From here we went on a magical mystery tour around the town, looking at the housing gardens etc. we finally found another area where we could have some lunch and parked the car. There were ...