Chateau Saint Jean
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... spent the morning walking through 2km of limestone caves. The caves are beautiful and have the river Lesse flowing through. In parts of the cave you are able to see fossils in the cave walls of shells and fish. At one point there is 100m of ground above you! They also do a sound and light show in one of the chambers which shows the magnificent acoustics of the cave. The explored parts of the cave network is approximately 17km long. To get to the cave we got on a 100 year old, very ...
Deciding to treat ourselves to a sleep-in today, we woke late in the morning to prepare our own breakfast. After some delicious Belgian crepes with yoghurt, coffee and only a small amount of cheese this time, we left the hotel to explore.
With Brussels being such a compact city, we were in the centre within 10 minutes on foot. First stop was Grand Place. The buildings surrounding the open square were ...
... we have ever seen, it was really large and the buildings larger and extremely ornate with lots of gold gilt. They included the town hall, grand palace, bread house and guild halls, some dating back to the 1400's. It was extremely difficult to photograph the buildings as they were so high. The streets were very busy with people everywhere, and every second shop at least was a chocolatier. Every fourth shop ...
Finally some quiet time (apart from church bells - Sunday morning) ,a coffee and wi-fi conection to get some photos up.
Yesterday was our first taste of "le grand bocule" but first we had to move hotels as the Hotel Centrale was a bit rubbish. The Hotel Ibis is much nicer and is on a cool market square.
The tour "prologue" was a time trial around the town of ...
... CVO Softail Convertible caught our eye, with two-tone mat brown paint and brown leather luggage. I wish I had taken a photo as it sounds awful now I say it! None of the bikes were priced. Anyway, the coffee was tasty for a change and set us up for the next run through Belgium into ...
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