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    I wonder where he is? Hopefully not lost in Antwerp.

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    Hey guys. I'm alive!

    I made it a bit late to Calais due to all chunnel tickets sold out and ferry ports were mad. Those poor gits in cars!

    I spent the 1st night in Cambrai, then Mons - Chimay where I stumbled on to a racetrack which looked like they just finished racing! Spent the night in a campsite where no managers were about and some bikers let me in.

    Next day made my way to Bouillon, stopped off at Gedinne. Did the public race track there, the organiser of the Belgium Classic cup let me stay the night and invited me back for the race. Lovely guys.

    Now in Luxembourg, pretty non descript really, all musuems closed today. Struggling for things to do here!

    On to Trier tomorrow! Is it worth spending 2 nights in Trier, 2 nights in Efiel?

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    Trier is a pleasant place to spend a day mooching about on foot, or use the hop on/hop off bus that takes you around the sights. Treat yourself to a city centre hotel.
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    Trier is a lovely place, bit of a fairytale city! Made it to Eifel, rode around till I had enough and camping at Eifel-campsite tonight. Any other ideas for another night or 2 from here preferably en route back to Calais?

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    Dinant, Givet, Ypres, Poperinge, St Omer, Maubeuge
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    Thanks Wessie, I saw your message a bit late. Funnily enough I did go Dinant, then took motorway to Ghent and Bruges. Aside from the massive queues to get on the train. The Chunnel is amazing!
    I had a great trip, thanks for all the tips and links guys. Travelling to Europe is pretty straight forward. Looking forward to my next trip!

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