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... amp; museum (actually really great!!), the non-modern art gallery, some other random art gallery of some famous Belgian artist with clear psychiatric issues (he took surrealism to places I never wanted to know about).... but we could not for the life of us find the modern art museum!! So we kinda have up on that and walked around a few more of the central Brussels parks and squares, meandered the "old town", checked out the obligatory Tin-Tin store, browsed the ...
... to Dutch or Flemmish! The whole thing was just too weird.. I mean what are they going to put by the paddock? “Period= No Passing” and even if it’s in Flemmish no one else would understand that.. AND I do notwant to even imagine a picture that would be on sign for that.. That may be one of the most random “I don’t know how to speak Dutch” stories yet…
So that is my week. That happened. I did that. I sometimes have to repeat that. ...
... in New Zealand. it was really nice to have a reunion. On Wednesday we took the tube to see Westminster Abbey and Big Ben. we also met up with Joe's friend Maureen who arrived a day earlier. We all walked to Buckingham Palace. Just as we arrived the street was blocked off for the new round of guards to come in. it was pretty neat to watch. afterwards we walk toHyde Park where we got ...
... were very high.
We were welcomed into Brussels by an impressive light display staged in Grand Place. Set to an array of dramatic tunes, the Electrabel Lights show treated us to a spectacular arrangement of light beamed onto the surrounding buildings. With massive passages of light shooting straight up into the black sky with a winking lone star, it was hard not to feel a little sentimental about ...
... There seem to be lots of museums around town but we had already had our fair share during the trip, and were quite content with sitting at a cafe with a glass of wine, or a large Kwak (local beer served in a very large test tubish glass) in the Markt square.
We were reluctant to leave such a beautiful place as we knew we had two travels days which signaled the end of our trip. Off to Amsterdam for one last hurrah.
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