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... was presented in a very interactive way. I read a little sign in one of the town centres that spoke of the devastation to Belgium and it's people during WWI. In 1915, over 5,000 Belgians fled to France for safety from the Germans. In 1919, only 500 returned and of those 79 left as they couldn't handle what they had returned to - their beautiful village had been levelled. We visited Hill 62 today - wow. Josh ...
I got up and had a nice breakfast at the hotel. From there I headed to the Markt and stopped by the Historium. It was an incredibly cheesy video in which we walked from room to room and were told an overly dramatized romance story. After the Historium I stopped by the Belfort tower. I climbed to the top and was treated to great views of the city. At the base of the tower is a small Salvador Dali museum which I paid a brief visit to. I don't really understand ...
... every fibre painstakingly perfected, it baffled me how as the years advanced, the emergence of expressionism and cubism allowed artists to paint like five year olds. Each to their own, I suppose.
With Michaelangelo’s Madonna and Child only on display in novelty souvenir shops due to the renovations at The Church of our Lady, and my stomach starting to whinge, I set off to find lunch.
I am notoriously unlucky when it comes to eating ...
... with brekky so we had that and went into the main part of town to try some of the delectable foods on offer. First up was Belgian waffles, and they didn't disappoint! We had them with strawberries, cream and chocolate sauce and they were mouthwatering. Throughout the day we walked into countless chocolate stores and found it hard to choose which ones to try - they all looked amazing and I wish I could try 1 of everything! I ended up getting some truffles ...
... many Belgian beers have personalized beer glasses in which only that beer may be served in. The shape of each glass enhances the flavor of the beer for which it is designed. Belgium Waffles: The waffles are from Belgium invented 600-year ago. The legend goes that the waffle of Liège was invented by the chef of one of the Prince-Bishops of Liège. The prince requested a new pastry. The chef tried a kind of brioche cooked in a gaufrier (what ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool