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... was last used in the mid-1700s. The strange part of the castle was that there were very cheesy and cheap looking Christmas displays throughout the different rooms. Stuffed swans, fake animals on fake snow, Christmas trees with presents... We're pretty sure they didn't have their castle decorated like that in medieval times. Especially with all the "made in China" ornaments on the tree. Even though it was random it made the tour pretty funny.
FAST FORWARD FOUR HOURS.
We've retreated back home now after a seafood meal - we've been hanging out for one.
Chaos on the streets as the hordes pursue their drunkeness. This is a festival of loud music and megalitres of booze.
Took a few city pics for your pleasure. Cheers, Ed
... we stopped in a small restaurant to have a drink. Because we liked the cherry beer so much, I decided to try the raspberry one. It was definitely still good, but the cherry was much better in my opinion! We cut our time a bit short, and booked it across the street to the train station. When we got on the train, we had to walk through at least 8 or 9 cars before finding seats together. At the stop in Brugge we said goodbye to Jane and started the journey back ...
... to the Feesten to dance it up until the wee hours of Sunday morning. We were exhausted.
I think they also get into it the festivities so much because they don’t get much summer, so when the sun does come out all they want to do is be in it. Sunday was the first really sunny day for the season and we awoke to Laura setting the table on the back lawn. We spent all day at the Feesten: listening ...
... of miserable-looking would-be migrants roaming the town aimlessly, or
huddled under blankets in the neatly manicured parks.
Lille - a jumble of suburbs and factories, and for the French it remains the
very symbol of the country's heavy industry and working-class politics.
Lille is facing up to many of the tough issues of contemporary France:
poverty and racial conflict, a crime rate similar to that of Paris and
Rouen - ...