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Travel Blogs from Namur
... typical. We made the best of a bad situation, did laundry, sent some post, ate and found a campsite. That night we setteled down to plan a better route across Luxembourg and Germany to avoid the frustrations of the last few days, whilst doing so we found beer cures somber down beat moods and came up with out new motto... when in (X) where X is replaced by the country we are in, this allows us to justify any amount of alcohol.
... as you can get and after pondering over maps it was decided as the only road we could practically take. The going was hard, lorries screaming past as we chugged up the hills in the hard shoulder. About 23km from Bastonge trev was getting tired and the road surface had become dangerous, It was decided to get off the brutal road and head for St hubert even though it ...
... and took it to the town
of Jambes. It was worth a quick walk around, and then it was back on the water
taxi for the return trip. The highlight of the day was a visit to Citadelle
Namur. This historical site is a must when visiting Belgium. It is one of the
largest fortresses in Europe. Beyond its size and history it offers magnificent
panoramas of the city. After spending six hours in Namur, we caught the train
back to ...
... in 500 years time?
Last night we went into town to have dinner but on the way stopped in at the Cathedral Saint Aubain. Of course we arrived just as mass was about to start (we have a tradition of this and there were only two masses there yesterday). So what can "good catholics" do but stay for mass. The numbers at church in Belgium are even worse than in Australia, with about 30 people in this incredibly ...
... and because of this I go there and take some pictures. My good friend Sander Beukema loves the true story of the TV series "Band of Brothers"
The story follows the tragedies and triumphs of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 2nd Battalion, Easy Company lead by Major Richard (Dick ) Winters who, as the major risk taker, survives the war against all odds,. Their battles took place in Normandy, Bastogne, Nijmegen and Arnhem and they fought all the ...