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... at Korenlei, with Graslei opposite, the two (river) banks which formed the first trade (cloth) port in Ghent in the 11th C. Today it has tour boats doing canal tours, cafes and people. Past St. Michaels again, still closed. St Niklaaskerk, then the Stadshal, with its architecture either gothic or renaissance, depending on which street you're standing on! The Belfry....couldn't resist the belfry. Had to go up. Its ...
... Ghent goes to see is the 1432 polyptych 'Adoration of the Mystic Lamb' by the Van Eyck brothers in St Bavo's cathedral.
One of the days here we caught the train from Ghent to Brussels, a 30 minute trip, and once there, we did the customary hop on hop off bus trip to get orientated, and then spent hours in the brilliantly presented European Union visitors centre, Parlamentarium. As we had only one day in Brussels, we ...
... and Darren got hazelnut. They were so yummy, and the colours were awesome! There was a bright green one that somebody ordered, which looked kind of like radioactive waste, so naturally I ordered that one next! It was sour apple, and it was so nice! That round Darren got a bounty flavoured one! There were so many awesome flavours! Yum! After hanging there and chatting and laughing for a bit, we went next door to a jazz bar where they had an act playing on stage. They had ...
... people on the sidewalks was nearly impossible. Then again, it probably served me right trying to rush on a day that was meant to be enjoyed and where I really had no where to be.
Brugge's claim to fame is their museums - the Bier Museum, Chocolate Museum, and their Friet Museum. That's right - a museum to honour the invention of the fried potato. As soon as I heard about the Friet Museum, I ...
... against the gas attacks and heavy German bombardments in April 1915. The memorial is very tall and the expression on the face of the soldier is quite moving. We next visited the New Zealand memorial that commemorated the New Zealand contribution to the battle of Passchendaele.
We saw several cemeteries during the tour and what struck us was the utter peace in each of the cemeteries (the only sound being bird song), and the ...