A few Days in Belgium

A few days in Belgium
Jürgen had the idea to go to a football tournament all the way up next to Antwerp in Belgium. So we took a few days more to take the 850 km slow and stretch them over a few days – and a few more kilometers as well.

A few days in Belgium
Usually we move even slower than the speed limit!

A few days in Belgium
If you go up on the German side of the border it is like staying at home so we did cross to France for a bit of holiday feeling. Last stop every day is the supermarket to get food and drinks and then it is off for the next camp ground.

A few days in Belgium
Nice village – lets see the camp ground.

A few days in Belgium
Does come with a lake – lets take that one than. France is campers paradise! They have so many camp grounds and they are quite affordable as well. Usually we pay about 15€ for 2 guys, one tent and the car. Most of the camp grounds have free Wifi and even free hot showers. Great!

A few days in Belgium
Nothing to call home about but it was quite and in the shade. Great for the first night.

A few days in Belgium
Sunny and hot – we did move on towards Luxemburg. Gas is cheap and the car was never there.

A few days in Belgium
Even the bus is golden here.

A few days in Belgium
Smokers paradise -> 42,50 € for 1 kg tobacco

A few days in Belgium
You know when you are in Belgium. They have their was monuments all over the place. This German tank had an accident and they left it behind. Now you can still see it as part of the villages war memorial.

A few days in Belgium
116. Panzer Division Windhund

A few days in Belgium
There was probably only one thunderstorm in Belgium that day. We managed to get right in the middle of it and got soaked till we found shelter under a bridge. After that – nice rainbow!

A few days in Belgium

A few days in Belgium
After another night on a Belgian camp ground we arrived at the tournament camp ground. Since we where quite early they let us park the car inside the camping area. The other guys could only come in with their campers. Other than that one had to park outside. BTW if you plan on camping in Belgium you better be at the campground before 18:00. We had no luck with two different camping places after 19:00. The reception closed at 17:00 and nobody was there. The last one I had to call and he was nice and came to the reception and we could camp inside.

Marc Hastenteufel

I like to travel and i like to snap pictures! My mother got me a Eurorail ticket when i was 15 and together with 2 friends we adventured into France. This was the beginning of a new addiction. I do like to take pictures so one thing leads to another and on this site i want to share some of my pictures and some of my trips with you! Now i am on the road for more than 6 months every year. Visiting old friends and making new friends while exploring this big blue ball.

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