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... traditional children's games and lots of stalls. It was fun to explore. We lined up to climb the tower and saw a band of about five men sporting cycling consumes. They jumped comically on a cycle that had five seats and off they went. It was a laugh and the crowd loved it. Climbing the Belfort was a mission. The three hundred stairs aren't too bad (nothing is bad after carrying packs up all the hotel stairs we have) but the staircase was very ...
... during the French Revolutionary Wars; the citizens of Bruges were ordered to ship it and several other valuable works of art to Paris. It was returned after Napoleon's final defeat at Waterloo in 1815. The second removal was in ...
... dish or tipple, but we were not leaving without filling up on cheap diesel first. Who says the English don’t appreciate European culture?
The next 80 miles were familiar to us, as they had been driven 8 days earlier just in the opposite direction. With a 15km tunnel under her belt Nikki was cured. Or was she? Snoop made a huge mistake. He had two options as we approached Brussels, continue on the motorway ...
... beautiful green space, gorgeous Belgian horses with their hairy ankles trotting through the streets pulling open carriages, lots of fascinating shops with Belgian lace, chocolates, waffles, Dutch tiles, and tacky tourist stuff, canals with trees and flowers hanging in them, swans on the canals, ancient buildings, etc.! Wow what a wonderful place! We tried to see as much as we could in our short visit--so here's a brief synopsis. :)
First we visited a lace shop--think Belgian ...
... stories, our languages and our cultures.
Charlie Rockets Youth Hostel was our next stop for some more Belgian beer tasting. It was a really interesting bar because it had American décor, Latin music and even though it was a youth hostel, the main patrons were older people!
When we started to get sleepy, we headed back to our hostel and drank some of Luke’s posh white wine sangria from France in our room. It was a lovely evening with great ...