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... Brugge we had a tour of their international standard concert building. Apart from a concert hall it also has a recital stage, a number of recording studios and a sound laboratory. To reduce vibration and noise interference from the street and underground car park, the building is built on 4000 sets of metal coils. We had a great tour and demonstrations of the sound qualities of the different areas, and, a bit like Mr Kong's house, there was a Steinway in almost every ...
... wandering around the little streets, watching, listening, tasting. It continues to amaze and humble me when you chat with the locals and they can speak a variety of languages fluently. While I know little of the history of Belgium, I did learn that a couple of locals played a role in a war that resulted in Belgium having Dutch as the national language, rather than French. Although from our ...
... I was in the Flanders region of Belgian that pretty much only speaks Dutch. It causes some tension as the south prefers to speak French. Everything was in Dutch as we walked by so I wasn't able to read anything whereas I can kind of read the French writing. We walked through many historical buildings and even walked by the worlds first stock exchange! We stopped around 2 for lunch and I had a really good lamb pita that I could also put different sauces on it. The ...
... project like this - look at those brick arches and the skills involved in the carpentry on the bridge"
Both - "OOOH - and what about that amazing cathedral!!"
Now, I could go on but you'll be pleased that I don't - it's tortuous stuff, and this conversation went on for hours. Thankfully, relief is in sight.
Brugge - Flanders - May 17th 2014
Yes, relief is indeed in sight, Mijnheer en Mevrouw tell me that I'll ...
... burst across to Belgium. We started with the underground, changed to the S Bahn (above ground airport express train 40 minutes) to arrive at Schoenfeld airport. This was the East German civil airport and also near where they are building the delayed new big Berlin airport.
The current one is really old and small and grotty. Figured that is because it was the East not many people would have been allowed to use it! Food is expensive ...