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... a trend....every major Canadian memorial is manned and very well taken care of. How appropriate for the ones that did sacrifice so much. For once I found something I am happy my tax dollars are being used for. I actually got to see one of the keepers jump into action seems some Brits...military folks actually were trying to climb the Caribou....well I heard this high shrill shriek that would break glass.....from one of the trenches. This gal sprung into action ...
... anyway, then see the track had been opened. We hurry up to the track, taking some photos and trying to make it to the podium, but soon they we rushed along to the FIA press conference and gone were our hopes of meeting our superstar Aussie driver.
We wandered the track, took some photos and started to make our way back up the hill towards the shuttle bus to camp... With 10s of 1000s of other GP goers.
At the top of the hill our bus was waiting, ...
... mega loud!! No rain today which was unusual for Spa but good for us. Just cold and breezy. Got to a maximum of 16 degrees but we were better dressed today. Drivers parade of top 10 which was a bit of a let down. Formula 1 started at 2pm. Exciting! Great race with Ricciardo again showing he has the goods. Go you good thing! Great late race dice between Magnussen, Alonso, ...
... followed by defoliating treatment with two sand-filled pouches) followed by a steam & sauna and Minna 'put her feet up to veg'. Dinner tonight is going to be at a local bistro. As today is a national holiday almost everything is closed. Dinner in the hotel's grill, Rhino Grill', was very good. Shrimp croquettes, salmon, porterhouse steak with garlic butter and green pepper sauce, and creme ...
... spot except for the new no motorhome signs. The second was the car park in the middle of town by the château. Lively and noisy location, but nothing prohibiting us. So we kept a very low profile and despite the numerous cars passing through all night, slept without being moved on.
And to the château for the photographic display which is closed until 2013 for redesigning the exhibition. Instead we went to the monastery. There was a ...