Travel Blogs from Stambruges
Started the day off with a nice breakfast, then headed over to the Flying Pig to meet up with the Scottish guys I met, Chris and William. We wondered around the area for a bit and then headed over to the red light district. Again I say, the red light district isn't a dirty, drug filled, scummy area. It's actually really nice, lots of friendly …
... dating from between 1175 and 1200 and built in the Romanesque style, while the rue des Jésuites includes a Gothic house from the 13th century.
My advise to you is the same as always: get the map check the places you want and then just get lost and discover places hidden from visitors.
For more information on the town’s attractions, please click here.
Travel safe and wise!
It is divisively getting fall here.We Celebrated Peter Model,s Birthday on an Boat in the Lake of Constance which was very nice. Then Leaving Switzerland in my Bristol to England to have it Serviced . On the way refueling in France I got really bad Biofuel which was completely yellow and left me stranded on the Freeway after a few miles. Had to take the 3 Solex Carburetor s apart ...
Set off this morning to Villers Bretoneaux to see the Australian War Memorial from World War 1. Raining all the way. Arrived and found the road closed but of course that did not deter Mr Evennett. Round the barriers he went and ended up at the memorial. He got out in the rain and took a couple of pictures. Amiens next stop, still raining and traffic ...
... person had to kneel with all fours on the ground, like you would do
in the cat/dog stretching position, and their partner had to lay on
them. We were told to start off easy; just lay a limb across our
partner, then lean on them, etc and eventually rest our entire body on our
kneeling partner. Once we managed that, we were supposed to “explore”
our partner's “home” which was the space created between the
arms, torso, and legs. Please take a moment ...