Hostellerie le Ry d'Ave
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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 ...
... t make me all too keen to wild camp. With help from mom, we located another campsite. The problem was that if was 35 km away, and with the morning having been so slow, I doubted we'd make it in the 2 hours we had before dark.
But some how me made it. Fueled by fried food, we did 35km in1.5 hours. No clue how.
Tomorrow is another day.its raining now, but it should clear. Hold ...
We slept in Saturday morning after our evening out Friday. The morning was grey and rainy to start. A short drive to the small train station of Jambes, across the Meuse river from Namur, and we found a place to park for a morning spent exploring Namur. There is a great enclosed fortress on a hill overlooking the confluence of the Meuse And Sambre rivers known as the Citadelle de Namur ...
We headed out this morning about 10:00am. The skies were blue with scattered clouds and a light breeze blowing. We made a quick stop at the market for ice for our cooler and we were off.
With a recommendation from Anrik (our host in Amsterdam) and a bit of research on Jerry's part, we made a stop at one of the Deltawerke projects that protects South Holland from flooding. A *********** ...
... 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. ...