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... they were everything I imagined and more. The streets are cobbled,and the main square is called the Markt, which is surrounded by medieval buildings and dominated by a huge belfry (83m high I believe). This is where we sampled the famed Belgium Frittes, a must do when visiting, along with waffles, beer and chocolate. (They are just hot chips really, with heaps of different sauces) and ...
... of military jeeps and tents were being shown to the public as a recreation of military life during the war. People were dressed in vintage military uniforms and explaining about the US military to the Belgians watching. There was so much emphasis placed on WWII-era military history that I'm sure that must be a part of the celebrations now.
As we moved out of the park, we moved toward the Royal Palace and the surrounding streets, where more ...
... a while in there! I think even Dad quite enjoyed some of it. And we left there with some goodies too and a very heavy backpack! After browsing shops and wandering as many streets as possible we decided to drop off our shopping and head to the nunnery. It was in such a beautiful area, it was really peaceful and scenic. We had a quick look round the church there and even spotted 2 nuns. After that we went in search of a keyring ( I promised ...
... I tried it in Belgium though in a different city. However, I ordered for the one with Banana and not that I enjoyed it much. Guess I should have ordered for different flavours. But the Fries in Belgium are to die for. YUMMMY!!!!
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... of a pub. They sit around, drinking unlimited beer and singing drinking songs. In 5 languages. Dutch, French, German, English. And Latin. It is presided over by the king of the club hosting the cantus. There are a complex system of rules where you have to drink if you do or don’t do certain things at proscribed times. So I just sang along to songs in languages I didn’t understand, drinking when I was told to drink. Antwerp was pretty ...