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... right time ( maybe tomorrow). We walked up the main shopping strip, visited Minnerwater park with all the swans. We walked through the area known as Benj...... It was a community set by women who were widows or single who were religious but did not want to enter a convent. It was very peaceful and an oasis even in the old town that is not all that noisy. We found a delightful square and had coffee and waffles with fruit, I cream and cream! The day ...
... the end of the night I could understand the general gist of the conversation, if not all of it. It really does work, this whole 'immerse yourself in a language' idea. I'm glad I will be immersed in Dutch all through the Netherlands too...so I will have heaps of time to get the hang of it.
Right, bed (a giant comfy bed) is calling my name.
Lisa xo ...
... a quick snack. Annemie had recommended l'Estaminet, a small bistro, a few blocks down on a park, which we found quite easily. We enjoyed some soup and split a sandwich, and then headed back to the room for a rest.
After forcing ourselves to wake up, we headed out to explore the town. Most of the shops were closed, but Christmas decorations are up which caused it to look quite magical. As in ...
... yeast, hops, and barley can be used to make German beer, ensuring that one stein tastes pretty much like the next. "In Belgium, we have between 1000 and 1200 different brands of beer, all a little different. And each gets served in its own trademark glass, so you taste the beer exactly as its brewer intended."
We've already quaffed a few of the local brews, so we ...
... with a guy and his 15 year old son. They were enjoying a beer together.... perfectly legal and normal in Belgium.
The kid pointed to the cold rain outside and said "Welcome to Belgium!"
We did all the touristy things and went to several museums. This is one of those cities where just walking around is fun.