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... candlesticks or light holders, bar service.The remaining time will be dedicated to the outdoor facilities of the eco-centre, the finalisation of the outdoor kitchen area and specifically of the bread oven as well as the building of a sheepfold and outdoor dry toilets. This would be ...
... the elected president I am realising how much I have detached myself from this stuff. The abdication of King Albert caught up with us in Ghent whilst refreshing ourselves with Belgian's finest (no, not chocolate) and the Egyptian saga crept up on me when checking the weather on the BBC website. Weather is more important than politics, sometimes, me thinks.
anyway, logging off now, Route planning an d sleep beckons for tomorrow's ride to Namur.
... by the soul of live music and a jaw dropping beer culture. One bar has over two thousand tempting you into having less to spend in the next country. The buildings are beautiful, and french fills the airspace.
I wish my French was better, it'd make ordering a sandwich a little easier. But alas, Brussels, you've been good to this lone adventurer, the gastronomical personage inside me salutes you!
... for our quieter life and Spa visit. We LOVED our place in Liege! How charming! Our room was in a couple's house just up the mountain in the greenery (... a bit difficult to find... luckily a local lady drove us around helping us out, how cute!). The owners of our house were SO quirky and cute - we just LOVED them and their house. No words! Look at the pictures!
... McLaren). What an amazing experience that was. Something i will never forget.
Day 3. RACE DAY.
The race was good. Another accident right in front of me but no flying debris like the first one (unfortunately). Webber came 2nd which was good after the horrible start he had and Vettel came 1st (unfortunate yet again).
After the race finished people started clibing under the fences and pushing on then to try and get onto the track. Thank god they ...