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... and changes the pieces on display at least once a year.
We then crossed the border into Belgium and arrived at our hotel in Kortrijk. We had a little bit of down time before we headed to Ypres and our concert and ceremony at the Menin Gate. Our hosts here are the Ypres concert band who put on a light dinner of sandwiches and a couple of beverages; beer or soft drink. Also visiting at the moment was a South African Field Band, made ...
... their facades, but gutted inside to accommodate Zaras and H&M stores. Strange... Decided to pop back to the hotel for a break before dinner. Kicked back for a while and drank fruit beer. All really good. Decided to risk the Italian place down the road for dinner since it had awful reviews on Trip Advisor. It was alright. Kept wandering around town and picked up some gelato as well. At the end of this trip I'm seriously going to be fat again. Will need to do some work in Amsterdam on ...
... for the bizarre and brand new Historium. It only opened on November 25. Normally, I don't go in for this kind of thing, but I was in the right mood. It's a 35 minute multi-sensory tour through seven thematic rooms that take you back to 1435. You are basically following characters through town during preparations for Jan van Eyck painting Virgin and Child with ...
... don’t know, it is the centre fixing where the ropes go through and gets a lot of use, as with sailing short-handed, the centre line is always the one you put on first.
The festival starts at 14.00, lots of fun in the park and street theatre to see, big bands and opera later.
After lunch we went to see what was happening and it seemed strange that nothing was really happening except preparations. Someone had not read the timetable ...
... and the internal dynamics of family businesses, new activities were developed, so that the region reached an extraordinarily high level of prosperity.
This period is characterized by social and cultural emancipation: the good relations between the workers and their employers, mostly in family businesses, supported local prosperity. The Flemish culture as well as the Dutch language have taken a firm position in the bilingual Belgian state.