La Chatellerie du Schoebeque
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... so I could easily figure out where I was.
The only people who speak English here are Museum personnel so I’ve had to be a little bit bolder and try my hand at French. I’m starting to understand more when I read stuff but I just can’t catch on when people speak. It’s frustrating. I am very proud of myself though for going out to a sit down dinner tonight though. The last time I did I felt so dumb I’ve ...
... Without our Holt's battlefield guide, we had no map but placed them north of Poperinge.
We found a green and white sign for Mendinghem, but the lane was very narrow and we were afraid to chance it with the MH. Being able to turn around and get back is usually a problem.
Holt's guide says that these cemeteries are not ...
... to dwell but not the friendliest bunch here! Short but steep walk into town. Drank Maes at Le Tabac and then home for barbecue, beer, wine and Sharpe! Friday 8th May Great night’s sleep. Up for a stripwash outside the van and a little brekkie before a hike into town for the celebrations. We’d seen signs for a fete but we weren’t sure what to expect (VE Day and all). The sun was already scorching at 0930 so factor 30 and hats on! We walked through a ...
... theirs but a loaner from BMW to replace their recalled R1200RT. The new water-cooled RT has a major rear shock problem and all bikes have been recalled to the dealers for a fix. They seemed happy enough as they headed off for the south of France.
From Calais we head east for the short run to Cassel near the Belgian border. It's a small historic old town on a hill, with cobblestone roads and fine architecture. It has also become ...
... by Veronique called Utopia for tea of Scallops St Jacques for Greg, salad with grilled king prawns for R & a bowl of frites (French Fries) with Belgium's own special mayonnaise.
As we were walking to dinner we saw two lots of SACS kids. They were so stunned to see Greg here in Belgium!!! Pleasantly stunned. They are here on a history tour.
It is hard to switch now to Dutch having become very used to ‘Merci’ & ...