Ibis Dunkerque Centre
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... for the air conditioning once again! As we had spent the day travelling completely on minor roads we did not arrive at the hotel until 6pm. No sooner were we off the bike than a rain storm swept through – we settled for dinner in the hotel restaurant!
We enjoyed the country riding so much we repeated the GPS process the next day and enjoyed the ride further north. Our lunch stop saw us enjoying quiche and baguettes while sipping delicious coffee on ...
... the dispensing machine "moooo's" at you,.. just like a cow!!! In a country where bakeries are open 7 days a week, but other retailers have more restricted trading hours, this is such a great idea. Another interesting find,... As we drove into le cateau-cambresis we saw a sign directing you to the 'Musee Matisse'. It turned out that the famous French artist, Henri Matisse was born here and they have created a museum displaying his work and story of his life. Naturally, being the ...
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We visited Hengelo, my birth place, and walked through my old neighborhood. Stood outside the house where I was born and lived for 12 years, walked around the small lake where I spent my summers swimming and then we cruised through the Wednesday market sampling goodies.
That Thursday we hopped on the train to Amsterdam to visit my cousin Nan. Trains as I remember were an economical way to ...
... you could see how even slightly higher ground gave a distinct advantage. It was also obvious how poor Ypres made an excellent target. The largest of the concrete pillboxes the Germans built to defend the ridge has survived, incorporated within the mound beneath the Cross of Sacrifice. At the suggestion of George V you can still see a piece of it where a slab of stone has been ...
... at the reception told us, that we will have to come back at 2 p.m. when the vet opens again. So, we've got 2 hours to sit around and steam off our anger over missing our ferry. Next door to the vet we found a nice american diner and the dogs were allowed inside. They got to eat Maya's lunch, since she was upset about the entire situation and was crying. We thought we would have to go back to Germany and call off the trip to Scotland at this time. 2 p.m. ...