Le Chatelain Hotel
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Got into Ypres at 10.30am, ready for the 11am service, including the 29,759th playing of The Last Post at the Menin Gate. It has been played at 8pm every night since 1928, and the acoustics under the gate certainly gave it an extra dimension.
Found a lunch spot one street out of the centre of town, half chicken and chips for all, then back into Ypres for some last minute chocolate ...
... sit on the patios. I had a Jameson, Ginger ale and line then tried Strongbow ail cider. It was pretty good so I had two more glasses. With a bit of a buzz we walked back to our bed and breakfast. When we tried to get into our room our lock jammed so we were locked out. I emailed Sara and she came right away to try and help. After pulling and trying for probably 15 minutes the door finally budged and we could get in. Time for some sleep ...
... going past. Once they'd cleared out I did a u-turn and found a raised traffic island with a statue, some seating and some trees and I found I could park there and not be in the way. My first stop was to the main square which has old guild halls and the town hall. I wandered aimlessly for a while, enjoying the smells of the chocolate shops and the quietness of the area. It seemed strange that it was so quiet, in fact many shops were entirely closed - and then it dawned on ...
... of a little boy peeing into a basin. We took pictures as well and continued on our way. We passed many chocolate shops again, but in Brussels they all had the boy peeing made out of chocolate.
We made our way to the Royal Place which is a large area with grand buildings that have ornamental gables and gilded facades. It is very impressive to look at. Today the buildings are hotels, restaurants, ...
... to try and sort out a car hire for the next week. I’m hoping to be able to drive around France, Switzerland and Spain for my last week before I get to Madrid. It would be a nice flexible and cheap way of getting around. The trains and busses are really expensive over here. Tomorrow night Pete and his girlfriend Tessa are nice enough to let me crash at their flat, so I’ll be hanging out with them during the day tomorrow. Should be fun ...