Chateau de Limelette
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... any size to the hotel: *****e. And it surely turned out to be.
We got out of Brussels quickly, enjoyed a good highway with no traffic and made really good time. We stopped a couple times at rest stops, which in Europe generally include a gas station and decent food. At the first one, I ignored the two guys using the side of the building as a urinal. Guys here seem not to mind doing their business in public, but they usually turn their back.
By this time ...
... of Hamme-Mille, whence our proposed camping spot was signposted. Checked in about 2pm at Camping au Val Tourinnes. The camp site fee came with a cheap deal for entry to the nearby Theme Park, Walibi, and Water Park, Aqualibi. For these you have to imagine Lightwater Valley and Wet and Wild being next door to each other. After a quick bite of late lunch, we pottered of through the town of Wavre to Aqualibi. Billy ...
... not far to the west of Brussels, I chose instead to go straight to Paris in order to ensure that I would reach Spain before my Eurail pass ran out. With only four days left on said pass, I decided to hitch to Paris. Leaving a little later than I should I rode the metro out to an outer stop to get a lift from a place recommended by my hosts, who’d done plenty of hitchhiking around Europe. Never one for taking the simple option, I got my first lift within 15 minutes to ...
... in the whole of Brussels. Crazy huh? After food we went to what we though was the right place and asked gingerly for the world’s best beer. We were handed a Westermalle trappist, which in its own right is a great beer but not what we were asking for. Drinking the Westermalle we sipped and pondered. We had been pointed down the alley way, maybe there was another bar further in. I went out on a search and located another bar. After finishing up we headed in ...
... both products are what Brugge is famous for).
We then met at our rendezvous point for our return to the bus and trip home. Our bus dropped us at point close to our hotel, so we retired to the restaurant within our hotel, which does not rate the 4 stars of the hotel. The waiter reminds us of a character from the 'The Birdcage' - the house boy Agador, who offered us wine but only red or white, no variety of either, but they did serve a generous glass of the ...