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Just around the corner on a small triangle of park with large trees, free range chickens!
A quiet wander along the canal towards the historic centre, and even on the outskirts, sculptures, these with a sense of humour. St Michael's Church was striking, but inspite of signs to the contrary, it wasn't open. Had hoped to see "Christ on the Cross" by Van Dyke. ...
We arrived in Ghent (Gent/Gand depending on what language you speak) late in the afternoon on the day that Belgium was playing Algeria in the World Cup. It felt like all residents of Ghent were making their way to a stadium or pub where the game was being shown on big screens. Belgian flags were hanging out of apartment windows and cars and bikes were draped in ribbons in the Belgian colours. Thankfully Belgium won the game 2-1 and ...
... with the Samurai sauce which was also delicious. When we were done, we headed back, and said goodbye to Daren who was on his way out (he was staying with a different friend for the next few nights) and sat down with Karina who had just gotten back. We had a good chat with her while she ate the dinner that Daren had cooked for her, and played with the cats, then we got a tour of the house and put our bags in our room. We freshened up a bit, then got ready to go out for a ...
... of the wheat". One of the houses used to be a Granary, stocking wheat and grain; and next door to it was the Guild house of the Grain Weighers.. There was a Toll masters house - fella who collected tolls from boats entering the harbour and there was also a house which belonged to the Guild of Free Sailors and another that belonged to the Guild of Bricklayers. In fact, a lot of these houses belonged to what they called Craft Guilds and what ...
... and parties around town. Yesterday there was a market downtown so I had a good time eating down there. :). Today not much of anything going on around town do I toured a castle that counts usesto use int he middle ages. Very cool museum w A torture room that has a full on account of how torture took place in the middle ages. Also spent some time in the cathedral. Was pretty sweet. So many pieces of stained glass and artifacts and sculptures. Amazing ...