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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 ...
... functional but it took me three goes to work it out. Sometimes I laugh at the fact that I was a sound and lighting techie at my school. I loved it but sometimes I wonder how I ended up in that job when I struggle to use an ATM!
I had waffles with Brendon, Jess, Ally, Daniel, Hayley and Nathan. It was nice but sad as I realised this is the last time I would see these, now friends, with whom I ...
... taste or the brand's evocative "Taste the silence" slogan.
Our tour ends with a complimentary beer in the brewery restaurant, which we supplement with a bowl of ham, cheese, and beer soup. As we step back outside, my whistle is a little wetter, my coat a little drier, and I'm ready for our next Brugge.adventure.
... being at the station where our train was loading, we were simply following standard procedure by being at the platform where our train should have been arriving at. We managed to catch the train where we situated ourselves in some available seats on the train. Half an hour into the trip, we had our tickets checked and were curtly informed that we were in first class, which our tickets didn't specify. So we had to move our 14 pieces of luggage across the train, which was ...
... Adoration of the Mystic Lamb" since its painting in 1432, and the part that is not under restoration at MSK continues to be housed there. The cathedral also had a gigantic, magnificent Rubens painting tucked away in one of its many (two dozen or so) side chapels. Its crypt was filled with frescos from the 11th century. The whole cathedral was absolutely stunning, and actually overwhelming with all of its floor-to-ceiling art. We could have spent hours ...