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... French, it could have been French sounding nutter gibberish really. He was super funny for some reason so I watched for half an hour until he just stopped and started spinning a yarn to the owner of a local ice cream trolley. He seemed normal for a bit until he went mental and threw his half finished can of coke at someone. To be fair he had a pretty good arm though I think he missed his target.
Thunder and rain in the distance so I ...
... with us for awhile and go to lace school, and Forrest is going to bakery school. We saw a kindergarten school where Amy can work and there are libraries aplenty for Kevin. I am serious, Folks!! Barry start packing!!
Everywhere is photographic inspiration. You cannot turn a corner without wanting to go down that street. And oh! the sounds! Church bells, the clip clop of many horse-drawn carriages, languages I have never heard ...
... through an estuary tunnel called the Westerschelde. We were surprised as there had been a ferry here for a long time and apparently this tunnel is fairly new. There were doors on the sides that were labeled exit--Becky wanted to know where one could exit as we are under a lot of sea water! Hmmm. Good point Becky but not one I want to consider--I didn't want to think that an arm of the North Sea is over my head as we travel.
But out we came into the province of Zeeland ...
People watching in the square over a glass of Duvel wound the tempo down even further and made for a very pleasant break.
Spurred on by the Historium, we went on search of the Museum where Jan van Eyck's paintings are.
On the way to the Groeningemuseum, we took in the Beer Wall, the Tintin Emporium and a wonderfully trashy flea market... selling a strange combination of old beer glasses, and ornate religious ...
After a short stroll thru Ameins where we visited the Cathedral and the old town we headed north into Belgium. We travelled thru small rural villages which are dotted all over the country side as the French farmers do not stay on their land but in a nearby village and travel to their various plots. Also their plots may not be located next to each other but scattered in the local area.
We entered Bruges which ...