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Travel Blogs from Vroenhoven
... a Belgium waffle which was pretty yummy but no the greatest thing ever, and a falafel wrap. The comic strip museum was pretty cool but would have been better if I could read French as most of the comic strips on display were in French. The part on tin tin which originated in Belgium was pretty cool. I bought myself a tin tin comic. On the way home it started to rain a ...
... we had to try the local beer
Visited the Roman Ruins called:
Went to Starbucks for coffee and WIFi
I stopped into the ticket office and found out that the train from Paris to London on the 15th is full L
Got on train and only had to play musical seats a few times.
Adam finished 2 blogs before passing out-I’m catching up on my summaries and am soon to write more
... The story behind the statue is that a little boy saved the city by peeing on a fire and preventing the city from destruction. So they built a statue in his honor and it is now the symbol of the European Union. Also saw the town hall building that is located in the city square. It's a gothic style building that dates back to the 13th century. The gothic buildings are beautiful, my favorite building architecture so far! Off to Amsterdam ...
... breakfast type menu. The city has a cool vibe and is not only pretty with the old buildings and cobblestone roads but also has quite a bit of street art and murals around. Which, is my fav. It's home to Tin Tin, so there's a mix of that with a fair bit of comic book type stuff and then just normal stuff too. Saw many a cathedral and of course stumbled across the main even which was Grand Place.
Grand Place was pretty grand. It used to be ...
... and only served in the tiny pub where it’s made. Then we’ll be headed to De Halve Maan brewery, which is the only active brewery left in Bruges (and has been there since 1546!!!). We might even make a stop at the Love Lake. According to our “Young Travellers” map, it’s a “place to kiss.” Good thing everyone already thinks we’re a young married couple since we have the same last name? Sorry Nick and Gaby!