Hostellerie Relais de l'Ourthe
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Left for belgium this morning. Just entered the french speaking country and I read about some caves in liege, belgium that I will try to find. And then onto brussels.. an intereting thing in europe is all the public bathrooms cost money to use... here are some pictures of the roads. The sign that looks like a ghost busters sign means theres no speed ...
... 1,000,000 men...in one day 57,000 British.....one of the worst in its history.....please stop and think about that.... 1,000,000 men...mostly kids.....in the end...it was considered a bit of a success....the line moved about 6 miles.....not bad 166,666 men (kids) per mile.....sheeshhhhh staggering stats...... the initial bombardment used almost 2 million artillery shells.....do the math.....wow.
The Somme region is south but not too far and then I can swing ...
... in time to see the GP3 race, followed by the GP2 cars. Crazy that the GP2s were so much louder than the now strangely quiet turbo F1s.
The Porsche cup cars then had their race, resembling a demolition derby with cars off left right and centre in front of us. Maybe the most exciting race of the day!
After Andy had downed a Belgian waffle and a hamburger, and I'd eaten some hot chips and a filter coffee (!), the F1s were on. We had high hopes ...
... Button. So good to hear Advance Australia Fair to celebrate Dan's brilliant win. Two guys from Brugges took us from our seats in Eau Rogue to the main straight for the podium. Not an easy walk thanks to mud, hills and the crowd, but worth it! Met a couple from Westport Ireland. He was a Kimmy fan and she liked Button. Told us we have to visit Westport Ireland. Very nice ...
... and into the middle of the circuit. In front of the two turns, but partly obscured by a fence, we set up the chairs in waiting for the F1 qualifying.
I looked up at one point and pointed at some black clouds appearing over the hill. 'I hope that's not coming this way.' 'Nah, there wouldn't be much rain in them anyway.' Andy replied.
Next minute... A torrential downpour started. I mean driving, horizontal rain. I had my rain jacket ...