Hotel Residence du Golf
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... holy image could be put on and much more you can't!! We did visit the grotto where it all began...a young girl slipped into this cave to shelter from the rain in about 1830 and saw a vision of Mary. This then re-occurred about 20 times, during one of which the vision led the girl to scrap back the earth to reveal a spring from which water gushed till this day. Its tiny, has been opened up for many to be seated around and contemplate this holy spot. The walls are blackened by ...
... to Antwerp, but I've got to admit, uneventful and drive are two words I'm liking together at the moment.
Checked into our hotel in Antwerp and then caught the tram into the city centre. We didn't know where to buy a ticket or if we had to pay the driver so we didn't do either, cool, got ourselves a free tram ride. Apparently Sunday opening hasn't reached Belgium yet, and I mean the shops as we didn't see any pubs, so ...
... our calls to see if they will have room! Bizarre!
Our trundle up to Amiens turned out to be anything but! Leaving Versailles, Sheila took us on an intricate dance along the highways that circle Paris. Unfortunately, at a critical juncture she led us onto an exit that had a 2m barrier over it. The barrier was made of hanging ropes with heavy weights on the end. Let us remind you that Le Van is 2.3m high. On no! The line of cars exiting behind us ruled out the possibility of ...
... hour north of Calais.
I've spent three weeks cruising the UK on my own, I can do another day on my own in Belgium, As long as I can find a service station that will take my card, or cash (Harder that you'd think). And someone willing to speak English to me.
I'm convinced that the french speaking world are trying to hide everything from the English.
There are very few Service centres on the highways, for ...
... nothing like short notice!
So our last week here has been a busy one; teaching the girls to snowboard (got two little shredders now! so proud!), lots of French guests (Ben loving a little practice again!), watching the Pisteurs performance and really enjoyin gthe rescue dogs display, amazing. It has also been amazing sunny weather so lunch has been in the garden each day catching some rays and layers are dropping. The ...