Mercure Lille Metropole
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Si mangia bene e si dorme bene
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... Oudenaarde. Rolling hills and patchwork farm lands shine in the sunlight. Every climb rewards me with a beautiful view of the valley below, and on the ride down hill I grip the handlebars for dear life.
My first hill climb is an infamous one in the Tour de Flanders – Koppenberg. Decked out from head to toe in the team Flanders uniform, I attempt the climb. The steepest section boasts a 22 degree grade ...
... There's also this strange concept in Europe where they have a separate lane for overtaking, it will never take off in Australia. After unpacking we all got ready and then headed to 'Rockhal' for the Alt-J concert. Alt-J are an indie pop band from England whose brilliant debut album "An Awesome Wave" seems to be getting airplay everywhere we go in the world. It was an excellent concert. They even managed to fit in a Kylie Minogue cover. Upon leaving the theatre we were greeted with ...
... 18px;">From Vietnam I'll find a way to reach CHINA my old nemesis with Visa.
And from there I found connections at 1400 kms reaching Taiwan but mostly for chinese residents..
So I'll find a way to sneak on those very cheap boats or flights if ever there's one from Xiamen . And in Taiwan the fantasy will start : Finding a real job to survive, of course without any visa of any kind where would the fun be otherwise ? :))
... New Zealand memorial, in an area with a New Zealand garden. We kept on finding quirky little New Zealand references, and it was then time to head back down to the station so that we could get back to Lille. The weather had started to improve by now, so this was not so unpleasant a journey, and we had time to look around a little in the station to find the signs in Māori, before boarding our train back to Lille. ...
Before we left Epernay and the Champagne district we travelled down the Avenue du Champagne for one last time and then decided to drive through the French countryside towards Belgium, steering clear of the motorways as we went.
We were surrounded by vineyards as far as the eye could see.
It was a pretty uneventful day, with concentrated driving for most of it, broken only by a picnic ...