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... the outside of town, through pretty tree-covered paths and past majestical lakes (the Lake of Love in fact).
We stopped off for chocolate and banana waffles along the way (a specialty in Belgium) and found ourselves at a little cafe (Vero Caffe) in one of the back streets. Oh. My. God. The BEST double espresso we have had in a long time. It would rival the best places in Brisbane. ...
... of English. Interesting fact for the day; I was born in a town called Berkhamsted, not 2 miles from whete I am is a town called Burgh- Hasmstede how weird. Early doors tomorrow 5.00 (will attempt to wake as many krauts as I can) and on to Breda for spiritual reasons for my last night, by the way last night was the time it's rained and it was an electrical ( well I think it was unless they were funny mushrooms in my soup. Si Annara as the Japs say ( no not Stam RJ you ...
... goods and Labor. After having lunch and a walk around and sampled more beer we met up with Judy's Nephew and went for a coffee that turned out to be a beer or two.
Afterwards we caught a Taxi back to the Car and then headed to Ghent for the nights Accommodation, enjoy the pics of Brugge and Damme.
Cheers Stewart and Nancy.
Hello all is me Baz the Devil.
We started the day with a brisk walk up on the Oostende Promenade and talk about ...
... of the promised seven year break up I got a proposal. We spent a lovely day walking through London. We went on the London Eye, which is definitely a weather dependent activity, visited the National Portrait Gallery and had a run/powerwalk down Southbank to make it to the Evensong service at Westminster Abbey. After the service I was keen to leave as I didn’t want to keep the Verges waiting whilst Ari kept dithering. I was almost dragging him out of the Cathedral when he ...
... hot mulled wine.. found a nice hot "white" to keep the chills away..
The temporary ice skating rink is something to see.. adorned with massive led bright white light trees and plenty of skaters showing their prowess or ability to stay upright..
The local restaurants have their fires burning.. literally..inside, whilst outside they too have created a winter wonderland...All so picture perfect..
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