La Villa Zarin
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... t actually go in it, there is a window on the side, you press a button and the exhibits move past you...I kid you not!! see the photos for evidence....
There is an old coal mine that is now a World Heritage Site, you can go down it if you like, and I did!
Again see pics.
Tonight is on the **** in Brussels, home tomorrow!!
... the Antwerp Cathedral where the two previously mentioned art pieces plus Mary's Assumption (Ascension) into Heaven by Rubens are housed. Beautiful cathedral. Wonderful art inside. Cost 12 Euros. Yea, they charge to get into the church.
Then we headed to the restaurant area and had a pizza in an Italian restaurant. Very good, or we were hungry...or maybe a little of both!
Then we walked back to the beautiful ...
... flanking the reflecting pool that make up the Court of Honor. Large maps reflecting 3 operations, Market Garden, the crossing of the Roer and approach to the Rhine and military operations from the Normandy landings to the end of the war are carved in the walls next to the small chapel. Someone has placed buckets of colorful tulips in front of several graves; every member of our group is given a white rose to place on a stone of his or her choice. It ...
... back around 2 hours later and were exhausted and hungry as could be. Hayley made us pasta as I showered and rearranged my stuff since I was off to the airport the next morning at 4am to get my flight back to Scotland. I was pretty miserable and sick of waking up at the crack of dawn but its alright. I made it home and had a long nap and relaxing day.
Overall it was quite a nice weekend spent with one of my best friends. I'm so glad that I was able to meet up with ...
... I got a great gift for my Model UN students going to New York in May representing the newest EU member state, Croatia.
We also saw some amazing Art Nouveau architecture by Horta and many of his students. I think Art Nouveau is my favorite type of art. What about you?
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