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... by monks and only made in limited amounts which makes it really hard to get if it is popular and sells well), Chimay (a super strong beer, well for Australians anyway: 9.5%! And that wasn’t even the strongest beer on the list), and lastly Hoegaarden, which was a lighter beer (4.5%, so about on par with most Australian beers), not bitter in the slightest, and really popular with the ladies for this reason. Including myself! I was so chuffed I had finally found a beer ...
... bizarre. Also the two original statues are on display in the museum. The Manneken Pis dates to 1619, there are multiple legends as to what the statue represents and I am not going into those. The statue has been stolen several times the first time in the early 18th century, it was discovered in the canal decades later and is one of the statues on display in the museum. The last time it ...
... the MSK, Ghent's excellent fine-arts museum featuring the best Belgian (and some Dutch) painters and sculptors from the 14th century on. The museum had yet another great collection of works by the Dutch Masters; it's been wonderful to get to sink my teeth into such a specific region and period of art, one that I knew only a little bit about before visiting Belgium (though one that Dennis has always loved). The most famous work was Van Eyck's ...
... but the demonstrations were really cool. I got some fun pictures of the ladies making the lace. After the museum, we did a little more shopping, mainly to get some gifts and souvenirs to bring home, then brought our bags back to the room. From there we went out to dinner. We ate on the square, which is generally more expensive, but ate from the "local menu" and got three course meals for around 15 Euros. This was probably the most interesting meal during the ...
... on the Dijver and main canal!
Went for a walk around the lovely town, saw thew sights, which included a real organ grinder which the girls tried.
Saw a carnival and the girls had a go on a four story adventure ride, hard to describe but very cooll, tried the local belgian beer at a cool cafe overlooking the canal, found some tea, then back so the girls could have a ...