Hotel de Flandre
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... afternoon we went to the information centre to discover the range of options for us during our stay, walked through the old city and generally got our bearings. We ate at the restaurant in the chateau that night. It is a training restaurant but the food, wine and service was first class. No spilt wine or serving faux pas. Peter did suggest that it could be a tax deduction given we were canvassing ideas for TAFE Qld - not ...
... this one has a working cable car) It is also forecast for rain so not worth moving on as this mooring is comfortable with not so many big barges passing. They seemed to mainly turn off at Namur heading for Charleroi which is the industrial heartland of Belgium. It got quite cold in the evening and tried to get our central heating to work without success. Thank goodness the electric is of enough voltage to allow us to use our fan heater. Come back the spring and roll on ...
... br> So when we got to the square Aurelien told us to go back, because we couldn't roll grass under that big rain)))
We jumped in and on the camion and Christian took us to the Cabaret, where the first show was about to start in few hours))) We were all wet but happy)))
White vine / beer and performance of Def Monk!
Perfect evening after hard working day!
I loved the performance of Def Monk! I think everybody did!
4th of May, Saturday!
And Saturday is the day of big market in Namur. People get up earlier, put tents in the streets and sell everything. Really everything.
We decided to go and buy some products at this city market as the prices were lower than in supermarkets and the choice was better.
As we came closer to the first tents we could see plants, vegetables, fruit...
We moved further and saw many kinds of cheese, meat, ...
... group leader Galateia (she is from Greece as well as Ada) came at 5 pm to the station she was very very happy that we were all together and she didn't have to search for us))
Galateia took us to a cafe where we met Alicia (from Spain), Felix (from France) and Foteini (from Greece).
It was a bit strange that 3 people were from Greece, because they started to speak Greek language and nobody understood them...well I didn't really care but I wished they spoke ...