Le Beau Sejour
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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
Well our holiday in Europe is coming to an end. We left Arnhem and crossed into Belgium. Our destination Bastogne. There is where the Battle of the Bulge took pace in December, January 1944. The Town was occupied by the Germans but was taken back by the Americans in April 1944. Hitler wanted to recapture the town to enable them to reach the Belgium coast. The Germans recaptured the town and from December through to January a fierce ...
... 12 we had done a measly 25 odd km, and I wasn't really feeling it.
Every town seemed somewhat abandoned, and then youd come across a shop that just blew your mind. At some point we found a shop that restored and sold vintage motorbikes. In the middle of no where.
By 2, we'd reached neuf-chateau, and were feeling rather peckish.all along the way we'd been seeing these ...
We drove 75 miles in the sun to have a couple of nights stop at Han-sur-Lesse, which we knew to be a nice stellplatz having been there before. There were 2 other Engish vans already there when we arrived, both with dogs one of which was yappy! We went for a stroll around the town, most places were closed and nothing much had changed. Back to the van for a cuppa and a rethink, when another English van ...
After climbing for 6km out of the crater in which Spa sits, it was time to make our way towards Gouvy.
Our first experience of Belgium had been a bit of a shock to the system. However, our journey to Gouvy was one of the most beautiful rides anyone could wish to cycle. In the anticipation of hills, we gave ourselves a shorter day- and we were very grateful for it.
The most difficult task ...