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Travel Blogs from Dendermonde
... the world must certainly be Belgium beer. Rick's book guided us to A la Mort Subite (Sudden Death) for a beer and a local style sandwich. It was a delightful experience, being with the locals, watching and learning how to make a radish and cheese sandwich, oh, and of course there was the beer! (to be continued, I'm sure).
... 2%, OK with a slight bitter edge
Westmalle Trappist blond, ?%, very good with a slight sweetness
They like to brag about their beers and the variety. I'm not sure that I am a convert. Some have that young microbrewery taste which is fine on a hot summer day but otherwise tastes a little raw with the hops or malt leaving an aftertaste. I'll take Alexander Keith or Molson Canadian or Bravo. Canada leads the world in the important things.
... beers. We were able to sample 17 different beers, from ales to dark with it alcohol content ranging from 5% to 10% or more. For those of us who enjoy beers, it really was a nice treat. Dinner was much improved tonight. I had turkey, and Carolyn, Quiche. After dinner Ed led us on a tour of Dendermonde, and explained the town’s history. The tour ended in a lovely town square. By then, neither of us could keep our eyes open, so we headed back to the ...
... game took us to the first room. The game board followed the layout of the "wing" of the museum we were in. The game turned out to be similar to Clue, however, it could be played as a team. There were multiple sets of cards: two sets that were the "who-done-it" pieces (one set with suspects who were people from the paintings, sculptures, and engravings at the museum, one set with "weapons" which were items like clocks, pitchers, and candlesticks from ...
... leaving for this vacation to Northern Belgium, they set out to France to leave their home for good. In the video clip "Leaving Brussels," Boris talks about the events leading up to the family's decision to leave Brussels.
In the 1970's on a trip to Israel Boris decided to stop in Belgium and visit his old home and the street he grew up on. He was saddened to see a large part of the street had ...
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