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TripAdvisor Reviews Het Zonnehuis De Haan
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... center we realized there were many chocolate shops and we should probably try at least one piece of chocolate in every shop we passed. Best. Idea. Ever. I am so pleased with my life choices. After filling up on chocolate and seeing some wonderful old churches we stopped for some real food. Of course we needed some dessert with our lunch so we had waffles! Fun fact: waffles are not a breakfast food here, they are a dessert. As you might already know, ...
... bar) but there was nothing appealing on tonight's menu for me...so we went back to the buffet. After dinner we played an intense game of bingo (unfortunately we didn't win) and then went to the theater for a show called Night of Illusion. It was a magic show, Toby loved it. I don't like magic shows as I become frustrated because I do not know how the illusion is performed. A great day.
Tomorrow we arrive in La Coruna ...
... there were samples. Delicious delicious samples.
Riding the sugar high but predicting the impending crash, we found ourselves a lovely little place to eat that served beers. Translating the menu carefully this time, Laura ordered the 'Chicken in water' and I ordered 'Mommy's meat balls'. Both were delicious and made even more delicious by the non-cherry beer we drank with it.
Post beers ...
... the canals. It was a nice,
though cramped, overview of the city from the canals. We went in and out
of various canals, each leading to a different discovery.
Once the boat tour was over we
meandered along the streets, past a small flea market where vendors were
selling much of the same type of antiques and crafts you would see in the
states but many more you would not. There was one vendor with a selection
of old keys from all ...
... soldiers are known, but they were the ones who had to be reburied when the Belgians reclaimed their land, so they don't have individual markers. Surrounding the mass grave are stone tablets with thousands of names inscribed. And many of the dead in that cemetery are young boys who were told by their schoolteachers that they should help their country; after all, the war will only last a few months. The untrained boys were essentially massacred by the more experienced, adult Allied ...