Royal Stewart Bed & Breakfast
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... before we head to Salzburg)... After an hour we decided to take a tour of the local brewery, which I think Ian enjoyed more than me, but on the tour we got to see a pretty cool view of the city from above. We wrapped up the afternoon by trying the Belgium way of eating fries with mayonnaise, which was alright in my opinion (I unfortunately couldn't taste much as I still had a cold). At the hostel, they offered a beer tasting of five local Belgium beers that concluded our evening ...
... did leave 2 people behind. Would be easy to go around in circles especially with the weather the way it was. A little unfair as glad it wasn't us but a schedule has to be kept as fair way from Amsterdam. Left at 6pm for our 3 hour journey back to Amsterdam arriving at 9pm. A brisk walk had us back to our hotel & a quick snack & printing out our boarding passes for our flight to London & then time to ...
... beer. The Beguinage is a group of houses around a little garden covered with large poplar trees. It has been there the last seven centuries lived the beguines of Bruges. In 1937 the beguinage became a monastery for the Benedictine sisters who still live here now. Bruges Town Hall, built between 1376 and 1420 is one of the oldest in the Low Countries. The Grote Markt, or Market Square in Bruges. This square was used as a marketplace since 958, and a ...
... came running at me and pointed angrily at a sign which said quite clearly "NO PICTURE TAKING". So much for the nuns peace. As we made our way back around the city, Sam asked me some questions about nuns. I told her what I know…nuns are women who commit their lives to G-d, or in this case Peace, and that they are so committed to their mission that they do not marry or have children. She then asked if the man we passed a ways back was a nun. "No," I said, "I just ...
April 24 Oh Oh, That's Not Mud in the Road Between Cow Pastures
Memory moment for the day: The moment of comprehension on the face of an elderly Belgian cycler when I pantomimed asking his help fixing the chain on my rented bike. "Ja, Goot!" he exclaimed when finally the chain slipped over the front cog.
I was second at breakfast this morning. First was Abtil, an Iranian living in London. We shared a table. Our conversation you ...