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The last two days have been quite busy with two cities and two walking tours under our belts. We are now informed on the general histories, legends and quirks of these two Belgian towns. We have also tried three very important Belgian food groups: beer, fries and waffles.
Thursday had Dianne and I back on track, all French protests and train delays aside. We set out in the morning (12.00 counts as morning right?) and wandered far in ...
... up for our evening brewery tour.
The brewery tour at the Half Moon Brewery, with guide Marlene, turned out to be way more fun and informative than we had anticipated. We climbed several flights of stairs as we saw how things are done now and how they used to be done, ending up on the roof with a panoramic city view. Down several flights as we saw more, then a culminating beer in their bar. An added bonus was that the group just ahead of us was a group of guys from northern ...
... sleepy, so after breakfast we went back to our room for a bit more rest. It was so cozy, we could have just stayed there the rest of the day, but forced ourselves up and out to face the day. It was cloudy and chilly, so opted to start with a cappuccino. By the time we were done, it began to sprinkle and Ken decided he either needed a hat or an umbrella. He opted for the hat, and found a very stylish Stetson ...
... a pasta thing and dad had a coke. next we went to the shop and I got a seal necklace and a seal stuffed toy. Sammy got a key ring that had sea animals on it. That night when we got home we went out for Chinese because it was my birthday dinner and then we got an ice cream. I had cookie flavour,sammy got strawberry and mum got coffe. I had a really good day. Love from ...
... trim the grass which was quite the sight.
We drove to Ypres and saw the resurrected city after it had been destroyed by fire. It was also a wonderful sight - you would have never have guessed it was only a century old. After the devastation of ww1 it was reconstructed almost identically to the original city it had been and they did a great job of that as far as I'm concerned.
One of the ...