Bed and Breakfast Papageno
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... vats of oil so there is something going on. I continued wandering after frites and bought Belgian chocolate truffles for the ferry and a hot chocolate, made by putting a block of chocolate into hot milk. Salted caramel was not the right choice. It was also not quite the trifecta of frites, chocolate and waffles (they were €1 more than in ...
... rail planner app, causing significant confusion. This whole region is like that; a giant mix of languages. Each country has their own language usually (french speak french, germans speak german, dutch speak dutch), but belgium is split into two: the southern half speaks french (and they're very particular about it, just like the french), but the northern half speaks flemish, which is a slight variant of dutch. Even though flemish is just a dialect of dutch, ...
... a Chimay Tripel ....that's 4 new additions to the beers of the world list. NB: I have had a La Chouffe before...but as it was previously consumed outside of Belgium, it doesn't count. The next morning it was Steph's time to turn the tables ....chocolate shopping. Don't get me wrong, I like it too, but I'm an amateur connoisseur compared to her. After visiting our fair share of shops, plus taking the obligatory photos (this time during the day), we joined ...
... fact, this piece is most reminiscent of Michelangelo's Pieta in his use of chiaroscuro and the shape of Mary's face. It is thought to be the only work that left Italy during Michelangelo's lifetime.
The sculpture has left Belgium twice; once during the French Revolution and once during WWII.
It is really quite beautiful. The folds in Mary's robe and the detailing of the sculpture are quite remarkable and the faces are exquisite. It is easy ...
... the locals ride bikes everywhere and all the tourist take rides in the horse drawn carriages. Poor horses.
Waking around made us hungry and we stumbled upon a supermarket just in time. Jossy had said that we should try the mussels because they were the dish of the town but unfortunately they we 17.50 euros and out of our budget. We can get them back in the States too. Since we already had some cheese and avocado sandwiches we just needed ...