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... less likely, as there's a big museum event happening here in town), and another two days with the Opening and Closing ceremonies of the Olympics), and then it will be over. Belgium hasn’t gripped me like Ukraine or Russia, or even San Gemini, but it’s still taken up an awkward, begrudging place in my heart. I think back to my first, somewhat unhappy, month here, and realize that things have changed. I didn’t want to talk about it much at the ...
... sites, but mostly just wander where my heart takes me.
Cobblestone streets and churches provide lane ways and street art that draw the attention.
I am idly looking at my map, pondering where to go next when two men approach me and say hello. Still in Spain mode I am expecting one of them to either demand I "Come to cafe" or be rather less polite and take out his penis. As I am quite fed up with happening in Madrid. ...
After the Anne Frank visit we were on our way to use the last of our attraction tickets from the Holland Pass we purchased. We used the last windmill ticket to participate in a cheese tasting.
We had about 45 minutes before the cheese tasting and still had not had any real food so we found a small deli run by an Italian couple and shared a small pasta dish and two sandwiches on focaccia bread.
The cheese tasting was a ...
... historical buildings.
From Brugge we went to Brussels. Beautiful Town with lots of shops selling chocolate.
Also "Manneke Pis" is a must see.
Did some shopping and had diner in Antwerp, before driving back to ...
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We would like to inform you about our travel schedule:
August 2012 Brazil
September 2012 Bolivia
October 2012 Argentina
First half of November 2012 Chile and Easter island
Second half of November 2012 ...
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