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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up engine. We felt really bad for them, must be very painful after such long preparation to have to give up at Belgian border already. They will try to participate in the November edition again however!
Our route from Hazeldonk would take us via Antwerp to Lille and then to Paris. Just after Lille we left the highway and took the smaller roads through the countryside. The area here is really lovely, nice hilly countryside with a lot ...
... If I'd left the cemetery 10 minutes earlier or 10 minutes later, I probably would've missed the whole storm. As it was, the rain didn't slow down till I got to Gare Montparnasse. I was soaked. My shoes were soaked (and I later had a terrible time trying to untie the laces), my trousers were soaked, the front of my shirt was soaked because I didn't zip up my jacket in time, my suitcase was soaked, and I even had a pool of water in the little well where the pull-up handle lives. I ...
... Now on our way back to Paris to catch yet another train. This time to Toulouse. Den hits the lime light. He leaves our little black bag with Toddy in at the ticketing office. We go off too have lunch. Lovely lunch. Get back to the station to realise that Toddy's bag is missing. I suggest going to the ticketing office. Next thing Den rushes past me and says they think it is a bomb. Off he goes with a gentleman. Next thing he is back for his passport. ...
... had dinner with just us four. It was delicious- shrimp and vegetables and bread and cheese... That description does it no justice at all, but believe me it was amazing. The entire day was the perfect temperature with a soft breeze, so we ate outside. After a dessert of the best macaroons in the world, Jean set up the projector and we watched Mama Mia with Anne. By the end we were pooped, so we went straight to ...
... nearby roadside stand and asked the proprietor for assistance. Although he claimed to speak only a little English, he understood our question, called the hotel, then proceeded to draw us a map to where we needed to go and explain the steps we needed to take.
This was an unexpected yet reoccurring theme in France. I had thought it would relatively easy to figure where we needed to go and what we needed to do, and that ...