Auberge Van Strombeek
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... and they're still good! Soft and a little sugary. My favorite beers are usually Belgian so of course we had to try some! We went to a bar called Delirium and they have about 2,000 different beers. No joke. The menu is a 64 page book with most of the pages filled with 3 blocks, each describing a different beer. I had a Belgian white beer that I can't remember the name of and Nate had the same and then a bottle of Kasteel cherry ...
... it so it can't be a typical thing!
Being the stinge that I am I had carried my snack shopping with me to all the pubs; fellow pub goers and the pub doormen were perplexed. Belgian people don't seem to eat when there is the option of more beer at their fingertips. My grocery shopping even got swung around the dance floor by a few people.
Off back to the hotel to have some of my snacks and we head back to the Netherlands ...
... is better! We thought that ordering a bottle of wine would be a good idea, until after we ordered it, and realized they close in 30 minutes. So after having some delicious sushi, we had to chug (literally) the rest of our bottle of wine (we also found out later that it is legal to drink on the streets and we could have taken the bottle with us... who knew!). After sushi we tried to find a bar the people had told us ...
... a rogue bus, then a tram, and now an airplane. How unbelievable.
We got to Zurich about 30 minutes after landing in Basel, and de-planed. I was sent to the transfer desk, where I stood for over an hour, mainly because one girl (Canadian, I think - sorry, my countrywoman!) was being complicated. I resented her at first, then felt bad, because I think she was crying (she had a kleenex close to her face most of the time) and was handed a stack ...
... bar very, very high. She's assisting on this tour in a research capacity. Because she also works in the Europe Through the Back Door tour office, she needs to have first-hand experience of tours other than the ones she leads. So if someone calls and asks about this tour, she will be able to provide answers based on her own trip. She is also on hand to assist the main guide with logistics, etc. The main guide is Rolinka, who was the guide on my first "moving around" tour in 2009 (that is, ...