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... station bench at the Belgian border! So off we walked through the ancient stone portico onto the modern causeway to catch the bus to the train station. Twenty minutes after arriving we're on the first train of the day. The countryside is lovely. Gently rolling farmland as neat as a pin. Large swathes of yellow and green.
Stayed slightly apprehensive - are we going to make all of these connections ? Bus, train, train, Metro, ...
... The painting survived the protestant iconoclasm, Napoleon's troops and Hitlers abduction, so well deserving of its current restoration.
Surrounding the walls of the chapel are the coats of arms of the "Knights of the Golden Fleece". My initial thought of Jason and the Argonauts wasn't a close connection, though the name does acknowledges the wool weavers of Flanders and classical greek legends. It was actually ...
... thing ever. Jennie and I got our room keys and went up to the room, Brittni came in a little later. We got our stuff set down and re-situated, and headed back down for dinner.
One of the professors from the Veterinary School at the University of Ghent gave us a tour of the city centrum, and brief historical significances. The most interesting was that the tallest tower in Ghent had a bell in it, that was very heavy, so it ...
We had another sleep in today, then got ready and went down for a bowl of leftover salad from last night. After a chat with Karina for a while, we headed down to Ledebergplein so Darren could get a Turkish pizza wrap from the Turkish bakery down the road. When we got there though, it was closed, so we went to a fries shop instead, and got our regular special sauce with samurai sauce on our fries. We must have eaten enough fries lately though, because we couldn't even finish ...
... a barn and it had weird bits of fake meat hanging from the ceiling. No idea what that was about. Overall Gent is more city like than Brugge and it feels like it has more of an edge to the place, but Brugge was so pretty it will still be my favourite.
One alleyway I went down was totally covered in graffiti, which was totally allowed as there were loads of kids down there adding to it. It was controlled anarchy!