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... the stress with the Paris connection - had to get from St. Lazare to Gare du Nord. Had an hour, but by time we'd got our bags off the train, dawdled getting some cash, thinking of a coffee, our hour had shrunk considerably! Down into the bowels of St Lazare to find the Metro, then two trains to get to du Nord, then finding how to escape the labyrinth of Metro tunnels, we made it, puffing from the running ...
... Belgium waffles are delicious. We got them hot off the grill with chocolate drizzled over them. As we were waiting for them to finish, a young man was standing nearby with a trolley full of noses. Yes you read that correct, noses, or at least that is their translation into English. They are a small cone shaped candy that is gel-like on the outside with a soft center. They had two flavors, traditional and black licorice. Since Ghent is known for ...
... come south, it's jackets and scarves weather. Morning coffee is accompanied by Advocaat in a small waffle case and a cream puff! Consequently we went back the next day :-) A canal boat ride was a great way to see the sights of the city, especially the old market buildings which date from Medieval times. At one stage Ghent was bigger than Paris! Where our boat left from used to be the sea port. I can't imagine access to the sea from there but the guidebooks say it is so. Similarly, ...
... it was freezing) and ate a white sauce dish with cheese and ham. It was nice but the side dish was chicory in mashed potato - the chicory tasted bitter, I had never had it before and will not be having it again! I enjoyed wandering around the area with all the buildings lit up, it truly was a beautiful city :). I stopped at the corner pub where there was a live band playing. The place was crowded and some people were ...
... ceremony with his work that night, and at 6:30 the program said 'surprise' at the pavilion, which is open for anyone so we headed down there together. On the way, Steve called Maria Grazia, because she wanted to talk to us if we met up! So nice! They're such a great family! I would definitely adopt them as my Belgian family! So we got to the pavilion, where it seemed we were just in time, as a line of guys wearing white singlets (in this weather! They must be freezing!) walked ...