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... expensive bikes will be a bit of fun as well.
We disembark at Calais and were off. East bound, Germany in our sights. Just the one stop in France overnight on the way.
Things got a little testing for me though, after only a few hours. I will spend about eight hours on a motor bike over a twenty four hours period, and most of it was in cold rain with a chilling wind.
As i was riding through the rain, soaked to the core of ...
... been to before, but still got to learn some new stuff courtesy of Rob who is a part time tour guide in Paris when he's not translating.
Dinner in Montmartre and a few too many ales at a punky bar called that took music requests.
Headed off after lunch the next day ignoring the boys' suggestions to buy a Sat Nav. Drew a line with my finger from Paris to Denmark and worked out the roads that would keep as close to this ...
... 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 ...
... look about it. Drove on into town and found hotel Cesar, which was quite cheap and open. It was ten o'clock and so we took it. The room was clean and breakfast provided.
We hadn't eaten yet, so went down town to look for somewhere but it seemed everywhere was closed. After much driving around we found a pizzeria thank goodness. The people in there were watching the Algerian soccer match. After they won, there was a lot of noise in the street. Lots of Algerians in this town, I ...
... 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 ...