Bed In Gent
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... One of the things belgium is famous for is its fries. American soldiers, trying these belgian fries for the first time, thought they were delicious and they caught on quickly. However, the american forces, erroneously thinking they were still in france, labelled the fries "french fries", a name which remains today.
Bought some chocolates on the tour, tried some belgian beer. We walked by a lot of the restaurants on one of the town's more ...
... it began to rain, into one of the many pubs for drinks. Mind you, this one did boast the best beer for 2014, so Paul offered to add to the research. His final comment was that the person who made the statement wasn't a beer drinker, but he did drink all the beer, just to make sure.
Fortunately, by the time we exited, the rain had stopped.
... the city erupted, cars passed with flags out their windows, blowing their horns and people cheering.
The suburb we're in is close to the historic old town, and residents are predominantly Turkish muslims, so plenty of Turkish restaurants and bakeries. Interestingly, at the end of our street is a community garden and each morning the Turkish women can be seen working in their vegetable gardens, amazing considering we're ...
... Karina brought out the two bikes that she had and we went out the front. Darren went to ride one, but the seat was too high, so I jumped on one, and Karina got on the other, then I tried to ride with Darren on the back. It was really hard and I couldn't get balanced, so he ended up jumping on the back of Karina's and we rode into town like that. It was pretty fun to be on a bike again, and funny watching Darren jumping on and off the bike at the red lights! As we ...
... of the wheat". One of the houses used to be a Granary, stocking wheat and grain; and next door to it was the Guild house of the Grain Weighers.. There was a Toll masters house - fella who collected tolls from boats entering the harbour and there was also a house which belonged to the Guild of Free Sailors and another that belonged to the Guild of Bricklayers. In fact, a lot of these houses belonged to what they called Craft Guilds and what ...