Cycle through a land with added sax appeal! Exploring picturesque Belgium on two wheels - including the town where the saxophone was born

Cyclists take note: it pays to wheel your bike through a town centre. Not only do you keep on the good side of locals, but you’ll see more of what’s around you.
Proof of this comes in Namur, the pretty capital of Wallonia – the French-speaking half of Belgium. 
Along its pedestrianised streets of pretty craft shops and small boutiques, we’re suddenly aware of a multi-coloured sky. 
We look up to see scores of umbrellas suspended from rooftops, ready to shelter a whole street from the elements.
When we do get back on the bikes, we take a gentle and relaxed ride along the banks of the River... read more

9 October 2016 in Travel, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail

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