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This morning I started out early, picking up a rental car, a tiny Fiat 500, and driving north and east about 3 ½ hours to visit Mr. Mrs. François and their son, three of our members near Liège in Belgium. Another member had left the country on short notice. The company for which we worked had abruptly decided to close for several weeks and declared vacation time for all employees. This is not uncommon in France or Belgium. Sometimes entire companies ...
... br> By this stage it was 4pm, so we only managed a brief look at a chateau at Modave before heading for home on secondary roads which gives a much better view of the countryside.
We drove through Huy, but didn't manage to find the Mur de Huy which had a stage finish of the Tour earlier in the month and features in the Fleche Wallone spring classic cycle race.
I had hoped to get across to Spa Francochamps to see if ...
... to Bastogne but he's almost running out of diesel. I ask him if he knows what happens if you run a Diesel engine out of fuel. He says 'yes, it'll be hard to start it after'. Well, yes, that's putting it mildly. Luckily, where getting close. All the way I'm thinking what I'll do if he runs out. I can not just leave him. But it's really not my problem either. I just hope we'll make it. We do. I'm very happy to get out of the car. I find a campsite ...
... and it took us the two hours as expected which also included the taxi ride.
Once we got back we had some dinner. We went to one of the best places to get chips called Fritzland. They fry them twice. Very yum. We ended up deciding on some chips that are directly on a a baguette with stake, vegetables and tartare sauce. it was delicious.
Did i say best chips ever. They were.
Sunday 14th September 2014.
... on my bicycle.
I content myself with reading my book, and keeping well out the way, plus a visit to reception, to complete the check-in formalities.
Reception is a bit of a revelation, from the outside, it looks exactly like a “normal” campsite Reception Office, but, ...