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... were serving **** we lowered ourself to the American Embassy. However, it was probably the most excited I've been to see a McDonalds since I was 10 years old. It was American food, and we were starving. It will keep me up all night, but it was good for a moment. After dinner we returned to walk around for a few minutes till everything started to close. Time to call it an early ...
... for a while. We drove to a cool town called La Roche-En-Ardenne. There is an overlook of the town with a British tank. However, behind the town on top of a large hill is the ruins of a castle. That alone was worth the drive. On the way back to Bastogne we stopped at the German cemetery in Foy for more photos. It was almost dark, so we got fuel for the car, and a salad for me. Donna had peanut ************ers. Both of us were to tired to eat by the time we got to the hotel. Time for ...
... have war damage. Bullet holes everywhere. I thought that was incredibly cool. A stop in Noville, and another stop at a German cemetery ended our day. We said goodbye to our guide, and tour mates, then headed for the hotel. At this point I just wanted to crawl in bed. Donna was also exhausted, plus her feet were hurting, so she went to bed too. We skipped dinner, because sleep was a better ...
... see a German King Tiger Tank. It was a monster. We only had a few minutes, because we had to get to our hotel in Bastogne for check in. Only thing either of us felt like doing was finding dinner after getting settled. We settled on a place because they said they had cheeseburgers. Well, I guess the Belgium idea of cheeseburgers are different than ours. Will be happy to see ice in my glass when I get home though. Still feeling lousy, so back to the hotel to ...
It was a good 20 minute walk alongside the main road,
albeit on a cycle/foot path in to the town.
Very hot and noisy, we were not brave enough to cycle. We had a look at the shops, centre square,
Patten Memorial, Sherman Tank, lots of people, motorbikes racing around and
then slogged our way back again. We
passed an Aldi, a Carrefour and a Delhaize, either closed or did not sell fresh
milk so we ...
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