On our way from Brussels to Brittany, we stopped for the night in this lovely, walled medieval town. Amazingly, they've managed to keep the wall intact after all these years.
This was just a one-night stopover, but we walked around and spoke to the inhabitants who were all helpful and interesting. The young woman who ran the guest house, was smart, kind, and happy to discuss the history of the town, world politics, and everything else in between. We enjoyed her company very much over an excellent breakfast.
Karima had made the reservations, with an eye towards satisfying my appetite for the historical. I mean, our guidebooks send everyone to the High Line and Magnolia Cupcakes! As with any road trip, we were eager to exit the vehicle and stretch our legs. Truly, this town was designed for leg stretching!
Check out the angle of the street!
Here's a panorama view of the street the guesthouse fronts on.
As we left the town, Karima had to drive past the cafe to get out of this street.