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... make one want to represent constituents very well. The previous day we rented a car and drove out through the fields of Flanders to Ypres and other small towns which saw so much of the fighting in World War I. In Ypres (the Brits and Americans actually called it "wipers") there is a very thoughtful museum which provides much more information about WWI than I could take in. Terrible battles took place in this area during almost all ...
... despite a wash in the middle of that, the van was looking very grubby, so when we rolled into the supermarket and, of course in typical French fashion they were closed for lunch.....bloody hell!....but we found a car-wash next door and gave the old girl a tub....What a difference - you know it's a proven fact that they actually go better when they are clean, don't you...?
... century architecture and the wide, flat, green surrounds. That our guide was a cool dude was a bonus.
1 vote - de Garre's 11% beer creation. When the bartender warns you to take it easy and enforces a three beer limit, you know its good.
Jason Blake Award (for something that just misses the votes) - The lady at the hotel, who could talk the leg off a chair and provide a very welcome big brekky.
WOG - de Garre's 11% beer creation. See above.
... and confer with their clients, I took a picture pretending it was dad working away! J There is one problem with the building, there are many hiding places and it is not well secured so there has been multiple criminal escapes during trail! Whoops!
Then I started towards the Palais de la Royale, where it is suppose to be the home of the King and Queen, but I guess they don't actually live there. I paused on my ...
... WWI, they never reached De Panne, so the Beizers thought this point might be out of reach of the Nazis. Unfortunately the two days my mom and I had allotted for the 140 km bike ride from Brussels to De Panne was not enough time (especially considering the only bikes we could rent looked, and rode, like they had been taken off the set of a Sound of Music production), so we finished the last leg by train. It was a great experience doing this ride while imagining what it ...