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Left Gent in brilliant sunshine after a spectacular sunrise.
To Rochefort, also recommended by the Belgian woman we spoke to at length on the train back from Ypres.
The GPS in our new car has its specific pecularities which bring frustration in different ways to TT. Should, through no fault of your own, you need to go off the directed route, She, has ...
... stations in northern France too.
They must hide them from the tourists. to protect national strategic assets, like fuel.
Low on fuel, in the pouring rain and anxiety is really rising. I'm standing dumbly next to the fuels pumps, under the awning, out of the rain, but still in the cold blowing wind.
I must have been a pathetic sight, as I stood there for about 5 minutes, wondering what to do.
By my rough calculations I was ...
Sun Aug 3
-got rolling to nearby Namur and were pleased with how fast the Belgian expressways are.
-a stop in the info center got us well oriented and armed with a handy map of the citadel in English.
Drove pretty quickly through the pretty French countryside to Soissons which looked like the right kind of sized town to go to a local supermarket to pick up some supplies for Scandinavia which I imagined would be a lot more expensive.
Loaded up the boot with:
20 tins of lentils, chili con carne, peas, carrots,
20 cartons of passata
40 packets of instant noodles
massive pot of herbes de provence ...
... it to be a very pretty town with the river Meuse (which is the Maas in Holland) running through it. We took a long walk along the street and the river, and then had a coffee in one of the bars. There was a beautiful little hotel across the river which would have been ideal to stay in last night, if only we had gotten this far! Bad timing!
Driving on, we passed through similar villages where the houses were quaint ...