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... it open for us and a lovely lady behind the counter gave us free mugs! (As we had only plastic spoons and containers to eat from). With out knowing much about Antwerp, we strolled around the city and found out info through deciphering flemish, Italian or Dutch. We discovered that the name Antwerp = hand werpen. As a former mayors , in the early 1300s, hand was cut off by local hero Brabo. Due to wanting to tax people who used ...
... Walking on the cobblestone streets, surrounded by the most amazing architecture hasn't gotten old yet either. Paired with a Belgian waffle, so heavenly.
Other than that, we finally went grocery shopping this week. I spent so much time decoding the French words. Pictures mean so much to me these days ;).
Friday night we explored Brussels. Walking into the Grand Place area for the first time was exhilarating. ...
... this morning, the gorgeous and over-the-top Grand-Place and the strange Mannekin Pis statue, Brussels' most famous attraction. So far, things have been pretty easy to walk to, with nice transportation and nice people, but everything is very expensive and our cash is disappearing. Food and clothing in particular are much more expensive than back ...
... and she teaches French to foreigners. Sadly, my plans to learn Nederlands have been abandoned for another time.
When I first arrived, I thought I’d probably bid Brussels a fond farewell with a raspberry on my way out, but it’s not like that at all anymore. I’ll miss the city, but I’ll miss the people, and the language and the food and beer. I’ll miss the waffles and the architecture, and I’ll even miss my well-meaning ...
... drop. Of course if that’s what you wanted to do it was still an option! We started out at the first pub and we had it explained to us the four main types of abbey beers found in Belgium. An abbey beer is one that has a church attached to it. Ok so the four types are as follows;
1) Abbey attached to the brewery, but the church was only built so it could be called an abbey beer. An example is Leffe.
2) Abbey attached to the brewery, but the abbey ...