L'Auberge de Bouvignes
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Czech Republic, Poland, back into Germany, Netherlands and finally back into Belguim where we started from. We have seen so much and learnt even more. Today we drove two hours to Brussels where we took the car back. We have had a relaxing afternoon repacking ready for our flight to Dubai. ...
... Dover it sinks in, we are homeward bound. Ciao for now Great Britain!!
We got chatting to some folks on the ferry and everyone seems quite nice, just need to remember names. Steve isn't much help, he can’t even remember the names of the two sat in front of us who we have been speaking to all morning, Chris and Jane that is. Two down 38 to go.
So our first stop is Belgium, no one has been to this campsite before ...
... it. It had started raining again once we had tied up so we went into the village in our waterproofs. The village isn’t anything special or pretty but the scenery in the marina is stunningly beautiful. If only the sun would shine it would be even better!
The clubhouse is closed tonight so if we stay again tomorrow we might venture in to be sociable. We caught up on ...
... definitely come back today, even if it was evening, so we could not go anywhere. Not that the weather was encouraging us to do so, but a change of scene might have been nice as well as fresh air rather than being cooped up with windows shut. It was amazing how many times she had to dry the windows off.
We watched some more of the Olympics on DVD; there are 6 discs in all with very good coverage across all the sports. Well done the ...
We decided to go to the Citadel after lunch but before we got to there we popped into the 13th century gothic Cathedral, "Church of our Lady" or “Notre Dame” made of granite and yellow sandstone. It was impressive once again. It had a fantastic stain glass window and an unusual bust of the Saint Perpete lit up in a glass cabinet appeared to be made of gold and silver
It was €8 each to ...