Our private mini park !
The next day I drove Nicole to the Belgian coast, where she had rented a nice apartment and she had invited me to stay with her 3 days before her family arrived.
Above right the little narrow house on the 3rd floor was our flat, two bedrooms, living room and open plan kitchen. The bay window gave us a beautiful look on the sea !
The living room, kitchen and way to the two bedrooms.
We were quite tired when we arrived around 4.30 pm, although we had almost no traffic. Must have been the air of the sea. Nicole to be sure to sleep well the first night had put earplugs in her ears, that's at least what she thought, but she had put two in one ear and was surprised to hear people speaking outside. I slept like a baby !
The next day we did a little shopping for things we would need, like water, kitchen paper, etc.
Then we stopped in a little restaurant at the beach and saw that they served very tasteful looking chips ! We couldn't resist, had both a rather big portion and an ice cream as desert.
We walked along the seaside and had a coffee in a nice café with very comfortable chairs and sofas and stayed there the whole afternoon on the beach.
In the evening we were too tired to watch TV and went early to bed.
In the morning we expected a friend from France whom we had met in Egypt in our hotel and we became friends. She lives near the Belgian border and was only 45 min away from us.
She arrived around 10 and we spent the whole day together.
We had mussels with chips in a little restaurant, a Dame blanche (French, "white lady") is the name used in Belgium for a sweet dessert consisting of vanilla ice cream with whipped cream, and warm molten chocolate. It tasted delicious !
The whole afternoon we were "hanging" around on the sofas of the beach restaurant and enjoyed the sunshine. It was very windy, but as we were well protected it was nice and warm.
Our friend left late afternoon to return home to France and we stayed home and observed the high waves from our bay window.
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