Le Nid d'Hirondelle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... that basically sold fried food. So we had to try it out. Fried chicken with fried cheese with fried chips with fried something that was meant to be meat... I dunno. Enough calories for 4 weeks. And feeling slightly ill.
While eating, we planned our sleeping situation. It appears that its hunting season, and the entrance to every forest has giant "be careful of hunters" signs, ...
... keeping warm and tossing coins into the washing machine and dryer. Should now last us for the duration. We've got free Wifi (a bit flaky) to keep us company tonight, so this missive may well get dispatched promptly. Spa will be remembered for the noise - fire engines, ambulances, and police cars all racing about. We never did find out what was going on. Mileage: ...
We slept in Saturday morning after our evening out Friday. The morning was grey and rainy to start. A short drive to the small train station of Jambes, across the Meuse river from Namur, and we found a place to park for a morning spent exploring Namur. There is a great enclosed fortress on a hill overlooking the confluence of the Meuse And Sambre rivers known as the Citadelle de Namur ...
... at the store and had vegetable tacos, followed by chocolate dinosaurs. A must try I was advised.
Her friend had a beautiful big apartment, above a local pub that looked out over a big park. Together, it costs the four housemates E400 a month, that wouldn’t even cover a small room in London! Maybe I’ll move to Brussels haha.
Living in a small French village – ...