B&B Rosier 10
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... but soon our Target was insight and we had to go to the top to get stunning views of Antwerp and its port,after having a Captain cook (that's a look) we headed back down to a bar and the first one was still in the sun so we headed to the one next door, we sat down and ordered beers all round and the waiter looked a bit QUEER till Baz dug me in the ribs and whispered in my ear and i watched the mob of blokes over near the door and they all were very happy and gay type ...
... sheep because he married a (shock! horror!) commoner. People are fine with Albert, but they all seem to love his late father, King Baudoin.
Belgium is primarily a Roman Catholic country, and the royal family is also Catholic. Sometime in the 70s or 80s, Parliament presented a bill that had taken 20 years to formulate, which said very simply, "In case of danger to the mother or to the baby, abortion will be tolerated." King Baudoin was shocked and refused ...
... architect Victor Horta (who influenced Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright, among others); Pierre “Peyo” Culliford, who created the Smurfs; John Joseph Merlin, who invented roller skates in 1760; Charlemagne; and author Georges Simenon.
The topic of the day is: will Belgium ever split? (Between French-speaking south and Flemish-speaking north.) Let’s hope not.
... Road album cover), but it was difficult due to tons of traffic. Lots of other tourists were doing the same thing.
After some picture taking, we went to dinner at a place in Covent Garden called "Porters". It was GREAT! I had shepherd's pie (lamb, peas, onions, gravy, topped with mashed potatoes) and a side salad. Tina had some amazing English beef - a filet! She also had a bowl of the Tomato Basil soup (which was fantastic) and I had a pea soup ...
... to the Cathedral of Our Lady, a beautiful Episcopal Church constructed between 1350 and 1520. There are 4 works on display by Peter Paul Rubens. Many large stained glass windows and 2 organs (one containing 5,770 organ pipes) are within the cathedral. We returned to the ship for lunch, then went back into town for a little shopping.
Tonight is an international dinner with recipes from Viking chefs around the world. ...