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... as teenagers going 'dude imma fight you' and then invading neutral, I ain't part of this **** Belgium first. Dianne took to heart his advice on how to find good Belgian fries made properly with animal fat: look for the smell of a 'dairy farm on fire'. And look we did for those burning cows, and we ate the deliciousness of twice fried, non-vegan Belgium fries. The most important tidbit? Belgian waffles are meant to be eaten plain because the waffle has ...
... the end of the night I could understand the general gist of the conversation, if not all of it. It really does work, this whole 'immerse yourself in a language' idea. I'm glad I will be immersed in Dutch all through the Netherlands too...so I will have heaps of time to get the hang of it.
Right, bed (a giant comfy bed) is calling my name.
Lisa xo ...
... br> beer: i went to the halve maan (half moon) brewery. It was 220 steps up narrow ladders and tiny rooms and you even go up to the roof which has beautiful views of the city. Its an old family brewery where they brew 4 diff types of beer.. Brugges Zot & Straffe Hendrik (foolish clown & strong henry)
belgian waffle and chocolate: street waffle with chocolate on top
At night there was outdoor music and outdoor markets with ...
... to take you wherever you want to go, but rain resistant, with a cozy lining and a hood, just in case you get caught in an unexpected shower."
So this morning, as we head out under a drizzly Brugge sky, I smile from under my hood as the rain beads on my jacket patch pockets. Without the need for an umbrella, my hands are free to jam into my toasty side pockets. ...
... She lamented about the waffle store 2 stores down because people come in with chocolate and whipped cream on their fingers and touch the beautiful lace pieces. She was clearly distressed about this. She explained that lace making is a nearly a lost art. Modern homes don't want to starch and iron pretty lace tablecloths, and the girls and boys of today don't want to make it. However there is a lace school here in Bruges and Lily wants to ...