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... the bells, from Tuesday through Saturday afternoons this week (lucky us!) there have been free harp concerts by Luc Vanlaere at Sint Jan. I loved his creations so much that I went back twice to hear his unique music, played not only on harps, but also on stringed instruments he has invented, plus other instruments from around the world. Try to listen to his work online; it fits this city so well, both being ...
We checked out of our hostel and said goodbye to Amsterdam as we turned our car south to Belgium. I have a habit of not listening to my sister who is also my navigator, which results in multiple wrong turns. Luckily, we don't actually have a schedule to keep, so our unplanned detours are marked as 'sploring, and sightseeing. 'Sploring is a term coined by Chelsea, and means that you are exploring a new place with friends that none ...
... we had not eaten anything or had anything to drink since early morning. We had had to empty out all our water bottles before getting on the plane and had not thought to refill them in the Brussels Airport. I was really dehydrated and it was an effort to get to our room. Due to the holiday most businesses were closed. But we made it and met Lian from South Africa, our host. After three glasses of water and a short rest we headed out to a pasta place and ate ...
... stirred around me; I felt like I had the whole place to my self. Wrapped in my entire luggage, the cold and wet that was keeping the rest of Bruges locked away went entirely unnoticed.
The dark streets were broken by the warm glow of the latest resting hole, as relaxed revellers and late night diners fogged the windows inside. I continued along Braambergstraat and Dijver, following the motionless canal being dusted by the light mist that filled the ...
... bigger than necessary, making up for the eight miles that we will end up walking that day. Dmitriy has also downloaded an app to track how much we walk. He jokes that in the last blog he will list all the stats of our trip, because he has been tracking everything fairly judiciously. Very full and almost restored for the walk back, we headed for Parc de Bruxelles, a park next to the Royal Palace of Brussels. On the way to that park, we passed several smaller parks, many of ...
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