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Today was an eventful day! We went on a bus tour that took passed many iconic sites, such as the Reichstag (German parliament buildings) and the Brandenburg gates. Next, we visited the longest standing piece of the Berlin Wall, it was creatively covered with artistic features. Following, our next visit was at the so called "no - mans" land of the Berlin Wall (the centre area of the Berlin Wall that prevented eastern Berliners from escaping the corruption of the communist regime). ...
... Sadly the most interesting bit of building we saw was the remains of a small castle that once protected the waterways. Most of it had been knocked down to make way for the build a new quay and so only a small part remained. After getting back to camp we packed up and set off for 'Gent'. On the map and pictures we saw of the place it looked small and quaint with a river running through the middle. How decieving again, the place was big and awkward with no car parking so we didn't ...
Brussels is also famous for it’s street art, with massive wall murals of cartoons on the side of tall buildings. Unfortunately the rain and wind made the idea of walking the streets to find the drawings unappealing. So instead, we headed back to hotel to put our feet up, dry off and laugh at the day’s adventure. I mean really, how often do you find yourself walking in a foreign city, no real ...
... and hard to take in all at once. Naturally we saw the Manneken Pis on the way, and the counter-statue, the Jeanneke Pis.
We took a break at the Delirium Village, a conglomeration of cafes/bars with lots and lots of beer. So of course, we had beer. The full drink list is quite thick and fun to look through.
Refreshed, we'd thought to continue on, but it began to rain, ...
... cute postage-stamp-sized park with flower-filled gardens. I immediately fell in love with the park; one highlight was the ring of 48 small statues circling the park, each statue representing one of the city's medieval guilds. Finally, we made our way back to the Grand Place for our day's main activity, a beer tour led by a resident Belgian beer snob. The tour was fantastically fun, and actually really educational. Dennis and I have never done ...