Hotel Premiere Classe Lille Nord
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... is the centre of town to grab a coffee and find more barricades, police and quite a number of people standing around as if waiting for something. We find a cafe, watch the crowd grow and decide a question needs to be asked. Rob asks a gendarme, gets the impression that the race will arrive in the main square (where we are) in about an hour. There's a tourist office nearby so we seek further detail there. Sure enough, the race hasn't started yet ...
... back to UK and we even got two winter tyres fitted to the front of Oscar, so we will be all ready for winter in Europe, not that we want to encounter it.
Our final nights in England were spent near Dover where it rained and was sooo windy. We stayed in a camp location that was on an “Aerial Farm”, at least that’s what the owner called it – he was a Ham Radio operator! We drove around, visiting Margate, Canterbury, Nick ...
... with matching smells. It seemed a little hokey at the time, but in retrospect, it gave a really good perspective on life in those times. Right outside the building was the main market square. Great sausages, cheeses, bread, vegetables and grilled food for an al fresco lunch.
The next day we took a canal boat tour, nothing like seeing a town from the water. These canals were ...
... most amazing hot chocolate. We also didn't need to feel guilty about holing up in Staminee De Garre, a cozy bar hidden down a narrow alley and famous for it's 12% house beer Tripel De Garre.
Do I wish it would have been sunny? Yes, but rain or shine, Bruges is not to be missed.
... cafes, and churches (only from the outside). We bought some lovely cheese made in Brugge, as well as some chocolates. We had dinner in the central square (Clayton had Flemish stew and I had moules e frittes), then bus back home to campsite for some rest and planning.
Next up, we travel to the area in Belgium called Wallonia where there are many lovely castles and caves. Then we travel into Germany for a trip down the Romantic ...