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... straight for the fries stand in one of the squares which had been recommended as one of the only places left in Belgium that still serves hand-cut fries – they've been operating since 1878. We got an order to share with mayo and they were definitely the most delicious fries we had eaten so far. They were piping hot and cooked perfectly. We sat in the square and munched away quite happily while enjoying the surroundings.
Ghent is a bigger ...
So we went and ate some Chinese food for dinner in the square this evening.. really was a bit dissapointing. It being different is not what would have bothered me.. it just was not very satisfying. I think this kind of mirrored some of our thoughts a little about being here in Belgium today as we are all kind of missing Sunday at home with our families...
As I am sure you have gathered from some of my other posts, I am more than happy ...
... closed throughout our stay, there was still enough to do to keep us amused. One only needs a couple of days in Ghent as it's a small, walkable city.
Fact: There's a law in Ghent that boys can't walk around bare chested.
That goes for girls too.
We'd booked a quirky kind of accommodation which I was really looking forward to. The hostel was located on a converted barge on the outskirts ...
... autoroute the whole way. We stopped at one of the rest areas for some food, and the experience was pretty pleasant. I've never seen anything like the autoroutes in France; there's a rest area of some sort every 50 meters.
And then into Belgium. Since working with some people from Antwerp, I'd been keen to visit Flemish Belgium. I like a lot about the Flemish people I've known. As we were expected by friends in the Netherlands that evening, our touring time ...
... put a dent in my adventure. Many would kill to be doin gwhat I get to do. So I will live it up for them!
Well, I must go make a PB&J sandwich to bring on my journey. Ryanair does not provide food. You get what you pay for and 15 Euro to Brussels...ya, I can go without the bagged peanuts and Sprite. Wish me luck. I love you all. Can't wait to upload the 3546776 pictures I will be taking!
Here are my Dublin ...
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