Les Tanneurs de Namur - Restaurants et Hotel
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... he explained to us all about the towns stone and that they are so proud of the stone, not only is it used to build all the buildings in the town, it is also celebrated through am artist invitation every year. This has gone for 75 years, where the quarry gives 200 kilos of blue stone for an artist to come to their town an sculpt a sculpture in four weeks. The only requirement is they it needs to stay in the town for 5 years before it can leave. Many ...
... route that seemed to be right. I was good to go with some backtracking...ugh...hate back tracking. But at 150 its not so bad.
One other lil issue is that I did not seem to turn on the sound on me gps for the GPS alerts to happen in me helmet...so I need to look down at it once in a while. Soooo photo radar warnings...I need to seem em....no hear em...so with no sound I need to keep looking at the gps to see if an alert popped up...and also for turn ...
... close to the pedestrian area and soon found a promising cafe. Laura scored with the chicken kabob order and I did ok with sole.
-once fueled we headed off to assault the citadel. It was a good thing we had eaten because the climb was substantial. It was an impressive structure.
... size packs of chocolate and peanuts
2 cases of wine (ranging from pretty decent bordeaux down to 8 euro box wine - aka later to be converted to mulled wine as otherwise undrinkable).
Camped for the night in the Vallee de la Meuse very near the Belgian border and joined in a local French guy's birthday party by accident, though at least got to enjoy plenty of Belgian beer which I would have missed out on otherwise.
Another 5 am wake up for Emma (!), we started early with a great cooked breakfast from our host Vincent at Hotel Ambrosia before setting out for a day of war memorials and museums of Flanders Fields.
Our first stop was the Passendale Museum, known for their recreated WWI trenches as part of the museum experience. Andy and I both felt the museum was one of the most engaging we'd been to, with plenty of interactive displays, including a video with a multimedia display that lit ...