B&B Marjorie II
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... stunning and Stewart mention some old Painter named Rubens had painted him not once but 5 different times in 5 different poses talk about getting about he was like us he just kept visiting different places so you could say he was the very first tourist.
After this little tour we started walking and walking and walking and Stewart asked Judy how much further and she said just like and Aussie oh just around the next corner,so we kept on going like the every ...
... the St. Michel cathedral, a pretty park with espaliered linden trees, the Belgian Parliament, and the Palais Royale (where the king has his offices). The Belgian flag was flying, so that means the king is somewhere in the country. The current king, Albert II, is 70, and his eldest son, Philippe, is waiting in the wings. Not many Belgians are crazy about Philippe because apparently he has no sense of humor and comes across as a bit of a dud. The second son is something of ...
... of the Belgian National Orchestra. All the announcing was in Dutch. Some familiar music though.
Earlier I’d read a small book about famous Belgians – there are many significant historical figures, artists, cartoonists, actors, scientists, etc. Here are a few: Adolphe Sax, "father" of the saxophone; actor Jean-Claude van Damme; Agatha Christie character Hercule Poirot; singer ...
This place is crazy.
Tina and I are in a dorm with four bunks (eight beds), but so far, we only have two roommates: a guy frm Switzerland who is here to watch a football game. The other person we haven't met yet.
After showering, we headed up to the north side of London to check out Abbey Road and Abbey Road Studios (for my stepfather, who is a huge Beatles fanatic). We took some pictures crossing the famous crosswalk (from ...
... by the large Jewish community that still dresses in traditional ways. The people of Belgium pay 38 to 50 % of their salary to income taxes, but all government services are free including health, dental, hospitalization, and medicine - schooling through college has only a small expense for supplies. They also receive at least 4 weeks of paid vacation from their 1st year of employment.
After the bus tour ...