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... is also a restaurant where Karl Marx wrote The Communist Manifesto. He was then kicked out of the city!
Apparently no visit to Brussels is complete without viewing the famous Manneken Pis, a tiny statue of a tiny boy peeing. This little statue has over 900 costumes and this morning he was wearing one about something but we did not know what. After what I saw later, he should have been wearing a One Direction t-shirt!
We walked through ...
... Smurf statue and a shop of Belgian cartoon characters such as Tintin and the Smurfs, and traveled by train back to Ghent. Our lunch had been so late that we dined on fruit and peanut butter in our room, with a nice amber beer from the bar downstairs for Karen. Feet up! Shower! Heaven! And still the lovely view of lights on the canal out our window. Belgium is a very pleasant place!
Tomorrow we pack up, board a bus, and head to the WWI sites--Flanders ...
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Made it to Brussels ! The Grand Place of Brussels is stunning! I can't believe how beautiful it is. The main building is the Town Hall, which was started in 1402. ...
... band and the local pipe band led us around the perimeter, through the front gates of the cemetery and up the centre aisle to the smaller memorial. The ceremony was a simple one, no speeches or MC, beginning with Ode to the Fallen, followed by the Last Post, one Minute's Silence, then us singing Oh Valiant Heart. Wreath laying followed, accompanied by a piece called Nimrod, by Elgar (I only knew that because I was standing behind the ...
... friends in Uganda, whom we have been unable to reach lately. We will reconnect with our friends upon our arrival and spend the first few days visiting and catching up before moving on to our mission.
In anticipation of our next four weeks abroad, we reflect on Psalm 40, a psalm of David which praises God for His mercy and goodness as we respond to His call to ...