Hotel Doux Repos
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Matt and I headed off to the Koelner Zoo on the metro. It was lovely: very green, glass exclosures. There was a big family of elephants (about 16), 3 hippos who were having fun in the water and making loud noises and showing off their large teeth. Matt loved the orangatangs (the babies were playing) and the cheetahs (who were prowling up and down). A flock of flaming pink flamingo's and long legged ducks.
Tony and H went to the National Socialist ...
... left the next morning but the boy and the teacher stayed in the cellar for 30 days. The amazing thing was that it was a true story. Only the boy is still alive and still lives in Bastogne. He lost his parents during the bombing. The town was ruined but they have rebuilt it. We spent over three hours following their stories. It really was very cleverly done. Tomorrow we drive back to Brussels and take the car back. We leave on Monday at ...
... the border the road became dead straight, and rough. So rough that some wag had installed a large sign "Shake your body - for the next 5 km". Driving into Verviers it was obvious that we were no longer in Germany - old, scruffy, and folk of every nationality wandering about. Even the town centre didn't look very appealing, so we decided to press on to Spa, home ...
Noah here! Rain for 40 days and 40 nights and we're still afloat. Slight exaggeration, but we've had our share, and I'm writing this to the patter of raindrops on the roof. And we had plenty more overnight in Koblenz. As planned we made visits to several Aldi/Lidl shops, and we're now awash with wine. Low centre of gravity though so we shouldn't capsize. Today was blissfully free of road closures in spite of a cross-country rural route that avoided motorways ...
... over the town. All the while it rained on and off.
Liege has lots of independent shops and cafes. It’s wonderful. It’s very high on selling local designs, whether it be clothing, shoes, hats, artwork etc. I like it.
Today was also about trying as much Belgium food as possible. Our meals went as:
Fresh croissants for breakfast
Hot chocolate with cream on top, accompanied ...