Le Sanglier Des Ardennes
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... war 2. It told the story of the Battle of the Bulge and the life in Bastogne for the civilians through the eyes of an American soldier, a German soldier, a teacher in Bastogne and a young boy in Bastogne. They all met in the finals days of the battle in a cellar of a cafe where they were sheltering from the bombing. The German soldier was a prisoner of the American soldier and they talked through the night as friends and not as ...
So. Today we once again started a little late...again.
But it had nothing to do with the fact that we were up late supporting the local winery.... erm
I felt like the whole day was slow and that jan was constantly egging me on. Otherwise im sure I wouldn't have made it this far.
The landscape was super hilly, and I felt like at the end of each hill, there was another ...
... the border the road became dead straight, and rough. So rough that some wag had installed a large sign "Shake your body - for the next 5 km". Driving into Verviers it was obvious that we were no longer in Germany - old, scruffy, and folk of every nationality wandering about. Even the town centre didn't look very appealing, so we decided to press on to Spa, home ...
... the Citadelle, we did a short tour of the old quarter of Namur before lunch. The city was hosting a weekend festival celebrating Wallonie (the French speaking region of Belgium) and there were many beer gardens, food vendors and stages set-up to keeps the visitors entertained.
A short drive after lunch found us in the small village of Thon, home to Michel, Mirielle, and their ...
... her local village, Thy-Le-Chateau. Apparently it was quite wealthy back in the day and had a lot of industry happening here. This has all since ended, which I think is usually the case for these small medieval villages. Today its quiet and beautiful.
We visited her Godfather’s house, whom has a dairy farm. He makes his own butter, cheese and yoghurt, which are also sold in the local stores. ...