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... a local show us where to go and what to see!
For just 2 Euro we entered the chapel at Church of Our Lady to see Michelangelo's Madonna and Child sculpted from white marble. Even to our untrained eye, it is absolutely beautiful. Of course it was highlighted in the movie, The Monuments Men so we knew it had been recovered from the Nazi’s at the end of WWII. (Not to ruin the movie for those who have not seen it, this is the statu that was ...
... reasonably large space.
Last night we all stayed up, weather we wanted to or not. There was a huge thunder and lightning storm and rain violently pelted our windows through out most of the night. Unfortunately, due to the immense heat of the day, we had left the windows open and so rain blew into our room and dampened the beds and our luggage, (and a laptop) which were not-so-carefully situated directly beneath the large windows.
... through many chocolate shops, but didn't go in. It was too hot to buy chocolate yet. Will have to grab some on my way out of town and hope it makes it in one piece (or however many prices in came in in the first place). Lonely Planet recommended a cafe on the roof of the museum of instruments for lunch, so we went looking. And looking. And looking. After an hour and a large loop, we eventually found in, right where we'd been wandering for the previous hour. ...
... for 12 Euro and he offered free champagne. Turns out he wasn't saying champagne, he was saying some sort of beer which Liz doesn't like because she doesn't like beer. And since we weren't understanding the "English" menu we ended up not getting a three course meal anyways. It all turned out good though because we did get an entrée, dessert, and beer for 10 Euros.
The best part though was that we sat next to a table of a bachelor party. We knew because they all ...
... settled next to a gentile-looking white haired man and unzipped his bag. That’s the last I would see of James. As the 1058 to Brussels was called, I headed for the platform, scarf in hand (partly as there were no bins around and partly because I feared James was watching my every move).
Having wandered through the hoards of confused tourists who’d flopped off the Eurostar and were leaking in to Brussels train station, I pointlessly studied ...
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