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... so much for me, but still nice) faces who actually spoke your language and just have a normal conversation. After breakfast we walked around the city a bit more, and they pointed us in the direction of Grand Place, the big square with gold buildings. We said our goodbyes and Bridget and I were on our way again! We walked for awhile and saw some monuments and touristic things and settled into a little coffee shop to relax. We then realized that we ...
... Waterloo battlefield. The visitor center has two great films about the battle. I actually bought the first one which is in French, but has English subtitles. My students are going to love it! The other film, was actually a Russian film of the battle that had the climactic parts cut pasted together. I'll be searching for the edited version on youtube.
Then, we made the climb up the Lion's Mound, or Butte du Lion, which gives one a 360 view of ...
What a power packed day we had today. After recovering from a bout of Bali Belly (John) we set off with Peter and Sonia to discover the wonders of Antwerp. Although it wasn't on our to do list we highly recommend it to anyone visiting Europe. What an interesting city with a lot to see. Our first stop was the ...
... a ye olde game of handball (I'll get the proper name of the sport from him later). In the evening we went to a small local pub and watched the Olympics with a bunch of Poms. It was good viewing, the gymnastics was on which is always fun to watch!
*The sport is called frisian handball.
... we brought her a croissant from the bakery. She gave us a tour of
her Deffletts German made camper. It was a well thought out floor
plan and we all know how well things are made in Germany.
It threatened rain again today and it
did sprinkle but, not enough for us to put on our rain gear. We
stopped at a bike shop outside of Antwerp and picked up a regional
map. Again, the folks in the store ...