Hotel La Sapiniere
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... very old tree with nails and screws driven in to it. Investigation via the lady in the Tourist Office and we found out that it was superstiition from olden days whereby anyone with toothache stuck a nail in the tree and the toothache would go away! A quick dive in to the mini-market for milk and ham, then back home around 4.00pm weary and footsore. It is now raining
again and blowing a gale so we are shut in for the night. ...
... loo roll) and there are birds and flowers everywhere.
There is a bar/restaurant run by the owner, a very friendly Dutchman who also did the cooking, so after a longer than expected day, we pitched up then went for a beer and a meal. It was excellent too: chicken, steak or salmon served with piping hot fries and a tossed salad, all washed down with bottles of Jupiler, the local beer. ...
... the number are European routes and generally toll-roads. And, I found out later, if you do find yourself on a toll road in France, it's generally cheaper to stay on it for a while because the charges are designed to prevent people using it to go ONE JUNCTION!
Arriving at Bart and Chrissies beautiful hotel nestled in the Ardennes unannounced, we received an extremely warm welcome. It was not the plan to be in Belgium so soon in the summer, but we sure were happy to be ...
... to update them all at the same time and now I'm going to stop ramling.
Oh before I go I found the perfect song for us it's 3000 milles by Emblem3 maybe check it out or not it's cool maybe i'll post it on the next post but who knows we'll see ;)
Ok guys see ya later
... tried to help, after he got his hands a tad opily he left for the toilet being no help at all. Bless him! Finally got it sorted and it didn,t take us too long to find a nice wood for the night. We risked our first fire of the trip, sat down to an odd rissoto made of rice and a cuppa soup thing helped down with a few tinnies as we gazed into the fire. Rain followed us to bed.
- Free parking
- Pets allowed