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We had breakfast on the beach today! We drove about 25 minutes from Bruges through the fog to the coast, and ate some waffles and bananas in the freezing freezing cold air of the Atlantic Ocean. It was cold and awesome. We said a tearful goodbye to Belgium and continued our road trip down to Luxembourg. I really wanted to go, because on maps, it looks like the tiniest, most adorable little country ever. It's totally true. If you go though, I ...
... pretty darn cold and also looked strangely similar to the Outer Banks in NC. We stayed just long enough to eat some waffles and bananas, touch the water, have Erika almost get soaked, and look at some shells. Then it was time to get back on the road. Jane was in top of her game today (once the fog cleared) and we made great time on our drive. When we got to Luxembourg City we had the not so easy task of finding parking. Now, there is tons of parking.... Technically. But to ...
... then home and off to bed.
The next morning we got the car and drove to Verdun. It was quite cool in the morning, about 58 degrees. This is the coolest its been since we arrived. On the way to Verdun, it started raining. We got into town, found our hotel and unpacked. By then it was down to a slight drizzle, so we headed out to see some sights. A large part of World War 1 ...
... time on or in the water in some form or another. After Lausanne, we headed slightly back along the lake towards Geneva, where we hopped to do some wine tasting ... Morges. Unfortunately, we got our information wrong ... all the wineries are situated outside of the town, and as we had caught the train in, we missed out. Ah well, the UNESCO area of Lavaux will have to suffice. So, we headed back to the camper for a dinner, via a brief cycle along the waterfront of Ouchy - the port area of ...
... stops at garages on the way and three stops at fairly large campsites, the atmosphere in the van was one of frustration; of course, we should have known better not to get frazzled, well aware are we of the "ups and downs" of everyday travel but the people seemed generally unhelpful or disinterested. In the end, we were given a leaflet that led us to a shop, in a house, on the outskirts of a town. Waiting at the counter was a tall young ...