Hotel Brasserie Cesar
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... to at home, where mountains cut into the sky and there is always something taller than you. Never the less, the never ending incline and seemingly rare downhill rides leave me with shaky legs and out of breath.We journey along the edge of the hill as the valley cascades down to my right. The next climb is Petersberg. It is another cobble climb that is longer but not as steep as the Koppenberg. Thinking I'm being smart, ...
... park created for the local people. There are also some lovely old buildings that have been restored and left to form an information centre and a restaurant. Sometime you've just got to stop and smell the roses. But the best was yet to come, a visit to a local Belgian chocolate factory, with as many free tasting samples that you would care to consume. Where to start?? Once we had a taste, or three, we felt obliged to buy a ...
... had no idea were, but at least the lunch was good !!!
Once we got our numbers, we rode back to the hotel where an early night beckoned !!!
Up early, we drove to the start line, ate, and then went to the start, and once again the comments started about the bikes !!! Now the beauty of this race was that you did not have to line up to start, it was just ride up and away you go as it was all timed, so we did this.
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