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... magic in the all-too-brief Christmas truce.
The most personal experience of all came close to the museum's exit. I logged into one final computer and found screen after screen of fallen men who shared my surname. Could some of them have been distant British or Canadian relatives, lost on a broken branch of my family tree? Could my life have been different if they had lived?
... seriously - if Mijnheer or Mevrouw merely utter a word about their recent travels - make any excuse, disappear into the public bar, start jogging, feign serious illness - but do anything to escape their clutches. These two are dangerous - imagine a slide show of a holiday taken some thirty years ago given by your favourite great aunt but a thousand times worse. These old aged travellers are to be feared and avoided, they are heavily armed with 2 years ...
... but very cloudy. It has a strong hops flavour and is pleasant to drink. This beer is 6% alcohol. The Straffe Hendrick is 11% (hence its name). I have promised myself that I will try it before going home. We strike up a conversation with some people from Victoria and another from Canada.We decide to leave as we have a lot more on our plate today. We grabbed some lunch and head off for our walk. After about an hour we stop into a Museum that Pamela is ...
... house before being captured after an anonymous tip and sent to a concentration camp, very powerful place to stand in and appreciate the conditions that so many Jewish people endured during war times. The story was not a happy one with only otto frank surviving (Anne's father), who ended up publishing Anne's diary that she kept during their years in hiding. With respect we couldn't take any photos of the house and annex but that is ok. We then walked into central ...
... bit of Gent,
and the UZ Gent hospital where Sarah and I will be spending the next
3 months. On Tuesday, we were scheduled to have a medical appointment
in the morning at a local hospital, which apparently shares a name
with a medical institute on the other side of town. Guess which
location we went to first. Since we were still using our legs as our
main means of transportation, this mistake made us 30 minutes late