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 ...
... people cheering and playing music. I wasn't sure if the people were actually Belgian or not because since being there I have seen so many different races and not sure who is from there or not or what their look is like. It was really cool to see another cultures wedding even if it was just the beginning, it seemed like they were celebrities but I wouldn't have known because I dont know that much about Belgium. another main attraction in Brussels, is the mannekin pis ...
... It was huge and had golden jungle sculpted walls.
A domestic night was in store. We went on the Internet, wrote postcards and did washing and drying. I was exhausted and still feeling quite nauseous, but I was proud of myself for fitting in a lovely day of sightseeing (even if I did hobble around for most of it).
We had a beautiful flavoursome pasta for dinner at a nearby restaurant, and I was angry that I still couldn’t eat much. It was so ...
It's D-Day here in Europe...yep driving on the wrong side of the road day. We half successfully made our way back to Charles De Gaulle airport, we only got lost twice! And signed over our lives for our brand new Citroen. As she is now affectionately known, Deasie, is a brand new Citroen DS3- Dsport diesel, who is all kinds of cute. Deasie will be our modus transportus ( just getting my Latin on) for the next month. Now, I know some of you ...
... 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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