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... had rows upon rows of white marble headstones. This lady was very emotional about seeing the headstone of this relative that she never knew existed until a few weeks prior.
Because that was an unschedlued stop Nathan tried to take some small back roads to cut across to our regular route and we were stopped by a police blockade, which seemed odd. We waited and finally, here comes a professional bike race down the road and turning in front of us, they were ...
... were some cheese nibbles available. The Belgians are very proud of their beer and we were told they drink it from about the age of three. Our boat excursion leader said that he went to a Catholic school and table beer, with minimal alcoholic content was provided for the children to drink.
Belgium people are nominally almost all Catholic, but not practising ones. That is except for the significant minorities including Hasadic Jews and Moslems. In the area with ...
... in the day.
24th of May we decided not to go anywhere and wash our clothes we wore in Luxembourg. Did not wash any clothes at Luxembourg Hostel is because there are no place to dry up and our room is stink. The reason I shall not say why but I hope I can remember it for life. Today is a very simple day, we woke up and fold our clothes and start to pack some of our stuff into our initial luggage. Surprising, i felt that my luggage have more space then before. ...
... around. Until we arrived at the bumper cars :)
It'd been AGES since I've done those, but it was fun as! Ended up with a couple of bruises, but that's worth it.
After that it was time for a drink. (I didn't remember getting so thirsty after 2 rounds of bumper cars!)
While we were having a drink the fireworks for the opening started, RIGHT next to the bar where we were. A bit an ugly, uncoordinated ...
... travels, we can't imagine how different they might have turned out had we not been blessed with the luxury of having a car to explore with that allowed us the mobility to really delve into the deep countrysides where trains and buses don't (or can't) go. And to just get around town easily when we needed to or when our feet just said NO to more walking. So thanks to Yves & Mia (Wim's parents) for letting us borrow their ...