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... haha. She was from Canberra, but had a really unusual accent. She went on for ages about each beer, which an Aussie sitting across from us hated. He even went and got beers in between each tasting to get him through it haha! It was really rude, but funny at the same time. Poor girl.
We met some really nice people at the beer tasting, two Canadian girls Kira and Candice, both of whom were travelling solo, American brother and sister Paul and Haley, and Aussies Emily ...
... and sour cream. Biggest plate ever! Pete munched his way through his wedges and ribs- with meat practically falling off the bone! After he sucked his last bone the waiter came across, "more ribs?". "Yes please!" . This happened a couple more times, till we were both at the point of buttons bursting off jeans! Clearly a walk after dinner was a must. So was skipping the waffles. We took our food babies home, and fell into food comas. ...
... had a lot of good art in it, most notably a very moving Michelangelo sculpture of Madonna and Child, the only one of his sculptures to leave Italy in his lifetime.
Bruges has many wonderful surprises around unassuming turns, but one of our favorite little corners was the begijnhof, a magnificently landscaped nun's complex from the 13th century that remains a sanctuary of silence and reflection. Less surprising, though still stunning, were ...
... to Bruges on time. Erin Suggested catching a bus back, but I wasn't so sure as I had not seen any buses on the way there. So riding it was, we set off I got into a rhythm and kept riding, Erin on the other hand was struggling. Eventually we make it back into civilization and Erin perked up as we cut through the city we hit a wall of people. Bruges had been quiet when we left but it felt like it had been invaded, there were English people everywhere. It we then had to get off and ...
... br> it hard to imagine a Belgian town more rich in hidden and unfamiliar
charm such as Ghent. Since the discoveries and surprises it yielded made
me realize I had climaxed at the end of the trip, the overall verdict
was indeed two thumbs up from myself, and a healthy recommendation to
others planning a trip to Belgium to force yourself to give some serious
consideration to including Ghent on your planned ...