Kasteel ten Berghe
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... I winked and licked my lips seductively, as I’m wont to do, then her skinhead boyfriend appeared over my shoulder all cocky and Mario Lopez-y, so I spit partially chewed cheese in his eye, kicked the **** out of him and his Club Brugge jersey, stole some Ibuprofen out of his girlfriend’s sequined mini-purse, got drunk and wandered reflectively among all the haunting medieval churches and got down to some real thorough Belgian lace doily shopping. Then, after that, none ...
... As we were walking back to our bikes, I stopped by a jewelery stand and bought some gifts. I won't say more on that topic for fear of discovery. Once we got back to town and dropped off the bikes, since today was our last day with them, we got fries again. This time dad tried mayo with fries. It wasn't very good. As we were eating the fries, we started walking towards Dumon chocolatiers for some quality Belgian chocolate. On our way however, I lost some points because I left ...
... our route once again, and we took our time and stopped to see various sights – some we had planned to see, and some that were surprises.
As we rode past a hedge, we heard a gobbling sound, and when we reached a wrought iron gate, we saw the source – a "guard turkey", strutting back and forth protecting his owner's property. The next surprise was a line of fourteen different models ...
... are buried there. Many remains have been brought there from other countries where they fell. My father was lucky "in and out without a scratch" as he liked to say, but many of the young men buried there were only in their teens. The cemetery is a peaceful and the graves are maintained by the local elementary school children. Since we were so close to the German Border, we took a quick drive, just so we can truthfully answer "yes", if asked if ...
... much deliberation Youn-hee and I both ended up getting spaghetti bolognaise, which was decidedly average and left us wishing we had chosen the mussels even if they were more expensive.
Dinner was followed by relaxing and drinks at the hostel then onto the local Irish bar where we came across a Welsh rugby team on tour. Nothing else to be said there, I’m sure you can imagine the antics (not by me of course!).
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking