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... be a growing Muslim population [much like the Netherlands next door].
While our main reason for coming to Antwerp was to watch Kieren compete in the dance competition, we did get to see some of the sights:
- Cathedral of Our Lady. Construction of this church began in the 14th Century and finished about 150 years later. At the time of its construction, it was the largest Gothic church in the ...
... Cinquantenaire, which looks a bit like a cross between the Arc de Triomphe and the Brandenburg Gate.
- Wondered why Brussels was chosen to be the political capital of Europe. I'm thinking all the Eurocrats came for the same reasons I did: fries, waffles, chocolate, and beer.
- Caught the last of four local trains to Paris (to avoid the 30-euro reservation fee of the high-speed line), and had the bittersweet realization that it was the last train ride of my ...
... gatehouses of 13th century Steen Castle (complete with a statue originally designed to be of people admiring an extremely large man's penis, which had hilariously been defaced by
17th century Jesuits who found it too obscene, and has been penis-less ever since).
In our continuing quest for the best vegan eateries for backpackers in Central Europe, we visited the Lombardia Cafe; unfortunately, this place would definitely not be high on the list. Although our healthy ...
... pub and down a few local brewed beer?" Arm twisting, answer being, Hmmmm??! YES, YES, (in capitals) and we didn't need to phone a friend.
So delightful, quaint outside wooden chairs, absolutely delish beer, accompanied by a small bowl of pretzels, - needless to say all very SCRUMS! So loving Belgium...! Also joining us was Valtentino (Yann’s delightful wife), and Yann’s Mother, all very salubrious.
Well beers taking ...
... of these restaurants were any good. We later learned that most of these establishments have the same owners and many share kitchens. Only tourists ever eat here. Probably not the best place to experience Brussels mussels.
By now, my margarita craving had firmly taken hold. So, we ended up at Chi-Chi's. And it was fabulous. (If you are exhausted, starving and craving Tex-Mex in Belgium.)