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... of the town for hours and never really seem like we've seen it all. At times the architecture is reminiscent of Paris. At other times we felt like we were in Venice. We took a canal ride to nearby Damme in the area of West Flanders. This gave us a more realistic view of life in Belgium. The 35 minute canal ride passed by many farms, cyclists biking alongside the canal, and windmills. We had a lovely lunch there and had coffee with a ...
... get off me), not sure what else.
-Google translate has an augmented reality feature, which you can use to translate text you see in real life. Basically, you point your phone at something like you're taking a video, then the program uses optical character recognition to read the text, then it overlays what the text says, in your language. So, you can point your phone at a sign that says "bonjour", and if you have it set ...
... in Brussels. Then to top it all off...we had an awesome double bed cordoned off in our disgustingly cheap, but decent 6-bed dorm (which after a few extra beer tastings I hit quite early). Geneva is our next stop before we get snowboarding. Cultural eating in Belgium included: Vlaamise frites Belgian waffles Belgian chocolate Belgian beers (all in their own, specific little Belgian beer glass) Oh and I didn't see Viktor Krum or any of the Belgian Quiddich team ...
... so did 15km instead of 7 (which was proabably needed). The place had a really good feel about it and is a great place for a weekend getaway. If any of our European friends want a recommendation on a great place to stay, let me know.
Apologies for the lack of photos, my camera is accidentally locked in the car which is tucked away in a park and ride on the outskirts of amsterdam. I'll update the Bruges photo's if we get out of Amsterdam alive.
... his phone. "I can smell the hops."
We realize we're right across the street from the De Halve Maan (the Half Moon) Brewery, this morning's destination. Inside, we sign up for the tour that starts in 20 minutes.
De Halve Maan, in operation since 1856 under multiple generations of the Henry Maas family, prides itself on "brewed in Brugge" freshness. We ...