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... shops at all qualifies as a hamlet. Not sure about a pub yet, as we arrived the back way.
Landlords Robert and Kate very hospitable, with fresh fruit, milk and a loaf of home made bread waiting for us. Once they retired back to their house, tucked into the bread! Still slightly warm.... delicious.
WiFi was one of our criteria when searching for accommodation. While told that ...
... assessed we went to explore old town.
Old town was really pretty. Nice blue stone buildings all from the local quarry. A castle and a church in the heart of town. There were two similar rock structures which we still don't know quite what they were. These were round semi circles in the rock face. Estimating about 20m high... so large.
Once we explored the town we went to the larges topiary garden open to the public IN THE WORLD. ...
... br> So from where I was it was quite a ways up.....this ridge is pretty tall and definitely overlooks the whole valley this is why the Germans did not want to give it up. So I got going again and the road leading up is full of local joggers ... everywhere....I got to the top....parked....kinda rock starish again lol. I am getting good at creating parking spots near the entrances to things. This peice of turf is a large chunk of Canada....and wow did they do it right. ...
... we fueled up and let the rain pass. We strolled into town and found a yummy Thai place with a super friendly hostess and a nice patio. Laura stopped me from ordering too much and we had just the right amount of dinner. Yum.
-back to the hotel for some sleep and road noise.
... size packs of chocolate and peanuts
2 cases of wine (ranging from pretty decent bordeaux down to 8 euro box wine - aka later to be converted to mulled wine as otherwise undrinkable).
Camped for the night in the Vallee de la Meuse very near the Belgian border and joined in a local French guy's birthday party by accident, though at least got to enjoy plenty of Belgian beer which I would have missed out on otherwise.