Hotel De Krakele
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... visitor centre located just outside the cemetery. Here you get an explanation of the history of this hospital cemetery. Here all the dead are known as they arrived as wounded soldiers who did not recover from their wounds. There are a number of interactive displays and a timeline of the role the Rimy Siding Hospital played in this area during WW1. As you walk towards the main entrance you walk through a long avenue -cemetery wall and vine on one side and 1500 metal posts on ...
... be sitting in front
of TV in holidays, but probably is too young to hitch around Europe.
Got an 80 km ride from an
Iranian women with her mother. Hitching went good this day.
I was walking around the
gas station, thinking of going to the place where the trucks are and
2 guys approached me asking – where are you going? They went to
surf to south of France and to live in their ...
... looked down on. It seemed they made their money by travelling around and playing or busking for money. The atmosphere in the pub was electric and it was some of the best live music I've heard in such a great setting. Hopefully I'll upload a video so you can hear it too :)
The next morning was a ride to Kalte Kuchl, our starting point in the Alps. It was a beautiful ride out of Czech and into Austria, stopping along the way in a Gasthof (guesthouse/pub type thing) for ...
... healthy even though it was covered in chocolate; I've got to count the healthy things where I can. Then I headed to the bar to try some Belgian beers. I had contacted Karen to get some suggestions. They didn't have one of her favorites, in fact the bartender hadn't heard of it and had to look it up to see if it even existed. She said there are so many Belgian beers one can't possibly know them all. But they did have two others Karen suggested. ...
... a bit unfortunate. It was, however, a great way to get an idea of the layout of the city and a feel for the architecture and where we would like to visit again. It was autumn and a really pretty time of the year - hopefully that will come across in some of the photos.
We then went to our first (of many) chocolate shops and were sold on some traditional chocolates. We weren't quite sure what they were - and still aren't - but they were white ...