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... side of the market square. I had Flemish beef with fries and salad and Brad has a chicken vol a vont. I had a macadamia brittle Haagen Daas I cream for dessert. Nice! Walk back to the hotel getting here about 10.30pm. I wrote the diary for the last couple of days and Brad went to sleep. Off to wash my face, into pyjamas and then some reading in bed before sleep. Off to Malmedy ...
... haha. She was from Canberra, but had a really unusual accent. She went on for ages about each beer, which an Aussie sitting across from us hated. He even went and got beers in between each tasting to get him through it haha! It was really rude, but funny at the same time. Poor girl.
We met some really nice people at the beer tasting, two Canadian girls Kira and Candice, both of whom were travelling solo, American brother and sister Paul and Haley, and Aussies Emily ...
... the MSK, Ghent's excellent fine-arts museum featuring the best Belgian (and some Dutch) painters and sculptors from the 14th century on. The museum had yet another great collection of works by the Dutch Masters; it's been wonderful to get to sink my teeth into such a specific region and period of art, one that I knew only a little bit about before visiting Belgium (though one that Dennis has always loved). The most famous work was Van Eyck's ...
... availability of Belgian-style snacks, and excursions on a local
scale, but as our boatman commented on the city's status as officially
one of the world's greatest settings in which to drink a beer, one look
at the waterfront bars were all that was required to get that
impression, even without the prior knowledge. All in all, this was a
fitting place to visit as a final port of call in Belgium, since ...
... winner getting an Elodie cap. Kathi, Grant & Dave were the highest scorers and so it was sudden death - the one who could say Van Gogh in the best Dutch accent would win. Kathi was the winner!!
I thanked everyone for (unknowingly) sharing my 50th birthday celebrations & Grant thanked the crew for their efforts. we walked into town to have our first look at Bruges and were very ...