BEST WESTERN Hotel Cour St. Georges
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... quick check in (before we could only drop our luggage) we are out again to explore the light festival.
The little cruise on the boat is nice and before we know what is happening we are already in the middle of all the visitors of the festival. We walk after, before and inbetween them and take some nice pictures before finally finding a nice restaurant where we eat excellent chicken.
... First we popped our heads into St. Michael's cathedral. It was absolutely beautiful inside with tons of stained glass windows and one of the most intricate altarpieces that you'll ever see.
Before we continued on with the walk after St. Michael's cathedral we decided to grab... yes... another bratwurst. Jonathan has deemed this the food of the gods, and claims it's healthy because it has all the food groups. You get your carbohydrates in the ...
It's 6.16pm and I'm lazing in bed with Wenz, where we are gathering the strength to launch ourselves into the Ghent night scene a little later. Yep, the gal feels better, but she needed to recharge her batteries.
The Ghent Festival is in full swing here and two million people are expected in the 10 days it ...
... we leave for Berlin. Brussels and Belgium have been very nice, clean, and expensive!
Official Questions for today (Schoology):
1. When did Belgium gain independence and from whom?
2. What was Belgium's position during WW2?
3. Who stole the Van Eyck painting ...
... said we better save ourselves, as we arrive in Bruges tomorrow. Gent had every major food and clothing chain you'd find in the states. Gent is a hidden gem. Dinner again was below what we would have expected. While VBT took us to a very fashionable restaurant, my steak was undercooked, and tough as nails. Carolyn's salmon was a bit better than okay. VBT arranged to have taxi's take us back to the barge, and by 9:30 pm, we were both tucked ...