Campanile Charleville Mezieres
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... years. Most of the riders are retirees, that take these riding tours a few times a year to "get away from the family, and out on the road".
Yep, they are the aged I will become. No caravan and nursing home for them. It's a Triumph Rocket III with the misses as a pillion, doing 110 mph on the motorbahn on their way to the Nürburgring.
Not what I expected, but the way I see it, I'm old enough to join Ulysses now, so these old daredevils on ...
Drove pretty quickly through the pretty French countryside to Soissons which looked like the right kind of sized town to go to a local supermarket to pick up some supplies for Scandinavia which I imagined would be a lot more expensive.
Loaded up the boot with:
20 tins of lentils, chili con carne, peas, carrots,
20 cartons of passata
40 packets of instant noodles
massive pot of herbes de provence ...
... people. Same for the
Dutch. Just goes to show, we shouldn't paint everyone with the same brush.
Back in the car to see if we could find some caves that Melinda wanted to see. We headed for Hans-Lesse in Belgium, where there were supposed to be some good ones. When we arrived there, we found out that a million other people had the same idea! There were school kids everywhere, and long bus like carriers to take ...
... Decided to. Rave the crowds, and walk up to Sacre Coeur Cathedral. We couldn't go to mass, as it was too late, but we could go for a visit. Beautiful church which sits up high on the hill overlooking all below. There were thousands of steps, and people to go through and it was a hot day, but we managed it. It's a shame that along the steps there are very bad smells of urine which on a hot day are oppressive. Lots of beggars lined the steps too, which makes me sad. Everyone says ...
What looked like a few miles on the map turned into nearly six hours of driving. It would have been alot quicker if we had decided to remain on the toll road we had accidentally found ourselves on, which of course we didn't. Having not budgetted for such luxuries we went one junction up before coming off, paying the exhorbitant 14 euro charge and continuing on the national roads. A good thing to bear in mind for any fellow travellers is that any roads in europe starting with an ...