La Malle Poste Rochefort
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... left the next morning but the boy and the teacher stayed in the cellar for 30 days. The amazing thing was that it was a true story. Only the boy is still alive and still lives in Bastogne. He lost his parents during the bombing. The town was ruined but they have rebuilt it. We spent over three hours following their stories. It really was very cleverly done. Tomorrow we drive back to Brussels and take the car back. We leave on Monday at ...
So. Today we once again started a little late...again.
But it had nothing to do with the fact that we were up late supporting the local winery.... erm
I felt like the whole day was slow and that jan was constantly egging me on. Otherwise im sure I wouldn't have made it this far.
The landscape was super hilly, and I felt like at the end of each hill, there was another ...
... be/page.asp?lan gue=EN&id=1446) that we spent the morning exploring. Perched on a hill, it was a hike to the top of the complex. Having three seperate walls surrounding the fortress, the Citadelle was site of a great battle in 1692 when the French under
Louis XIV attacked the fortress. We enjoyed our self guided tour and Kathy took a number of great shots on the property. Coming ...
... the great flood of 1953. Keringhuis, specifically, the Maeslant storm surge barrier is the largest hydraulic engineering work in the Netherlands. When a sea flood threatens, the gates close protecting Zuid-Holland. The gates are each longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall and weighs four times as much. After taking a few pictures and with Jerry's engineering mind satisfied we got back on the road for ...
... a walk around looking at all the different cows, there were Belgian ones, German ones and Swiss ones, a couple of baby ones and big ones. We also picked plums and raspberries from the trees and made a tart when we got home. The tart had the butter from the farm and eggs from Louise’s hens!! Something I really wanted to do.
Louise has a beautiful big house, with a matching big garden. ...