Globales Post Hotel & Wellness
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to glance in their direction and they are over. I love the way that serving alcohol from cafes is no big deal. Picture folks at the Bean Tree, at 10am, having a glass of beer or wine; so civilized. Although the Euro exchange rate is knocking me around a little, comparatively, food and drinks etc are quite cheap. We do live in the best country on the planet, but, we pay for it.
And remember.............."We travel not to escape life but for life not to escape us." Anonymous
Polishing off my capaccino, I make my way across the square. I enter the Basilica of Saint Severaas and taken in the wealth in the treasury. It is chalk full of gold boxes, large oil paintings and wooden carvings. Down some winding stairs I arrive in the basement where the foundation dates back to the 300s. I am comforted to see it has been reinforced and the old walls are merely ...
... that! Next morning we see the public moorings about 100 yards downstream and move there before anybody spots that we're trespassing. Lunch out in Maastricht today, sitting outside under heaters - great 3 course set lunch. Weather freezing and wet. We've decided to move on in the morning so that there's no chance of cruising in the dark ...
... And that month is almost over... Tomorrow is D-day! I will be travelling to Brussels tomorrow evening, after having had my last injection against rabies. Tuesday I will have to wake up pretty early, the Thalys for Paris, Charles de Gaule airport, leaves at 7.10 AM! I will have to wait about two hours, followed by an Air France flight to Antananarivo (capital Madagascar Island). Upon arrival a Mercy Ships representative will be waiting for us, and bring ...
... as anti-tank barricades that were erected by the German Wehrmacht. After about 2 hours we found Monschau nestled at the top end of the Eifel ranges and walked through the narrow cobbled streets enjoying the architecture from the 11th century.
After a typical German lunch we headed for home via the mustard grinding factory and local ...