La Chatellerie du Schoebeque
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... This site now is now shared with a few sheep quietly going about their business. Next stop was Bedford House Cemetery and again we walked over this extensive commemorative location. This cemetery has 6 separate sections and therefore covers quite a considerable area. We could find few signs of the large chateau that was originally located at this site. The small stream at the road end of the cemetery was running strongly after recent rain and we had further showers while we visited. ...
Wow what a great day! Still dark when we woke but getting used to this. Showers and breakfast downstairs at the hotel - bread rolls, ham slices, cheese and other spreads with a nice cup of tea. Church bells rang out throughout the morning. Left hotel about 9.30 and had a walk about the town - checked out laundromat -while waiting for tourist office to open. Cold but with clear blue skies this morning after some overnight rain. Bought a 6€ 'Ypres ...
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During the last 2 years I crossed 34 countries ( Not less :)) )
But I never wrote anything over a blog .
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... It was more of a mobile home site than a camp site, the toilet and showers left a lot to be desired. After breakfast Andy, Rosemary and Barbara whent off to the nearest town to get a sim card for the internet. Leaving John to look after the bus the rest of us went to catch the local bus to the town. We got there to find the shops closed for lunch so we had to find a bar to sample the local brew. The shops opened at 2.30 so we had a ...
... at best. White writing on blue signs on major roads direct you to varying destinations. But on small roads or in towns they are nowhere to be seen. So we got a bit lost but found the parking after traversing huge stretches of cobbles.
We'd been on water rations for a day or so. We only carry about 30 litres when full which lasts almost comfortably three days if we're ...