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... to tell you about them but the explanations were in Dutch (I think) and the books themselves were in another language, I'm guessing latin. So I learned nothing. I also checked out the Belfry. As previously mentioned they luuurrrve they're towers here. The Belfry stands at 83m tall. To climb it means facing 366 steps, and based on my experience with Torre Grosso last year, I decided to pass After these adventures, I had pretty much walked my feet off. I dragged the tired bloddy ...
... Holy Blood and the former St. Donaasproosdij. At one side if you look up you see the palace of liberty which has wooden statues decorating it and stands above a gateway into the Burg. Climbing all 366 steps of the Belfort was terrifying. There is a narrow spiral staircase going to the top and people squeeze past on their way down. I was holding on for dear life but as you get nearer the top they don't have a rail so I was on my hands ...
... the beach but in the end we found it and a good nights camping spot, away from the crowds, the campground was full. It rained and in the morning it wasn't that warm but anyway we head into town and look around a bit, nothing is open, just one or two shops but nothing of interest. We have a walk along the main beach, there is 4 rows of little beach huts and they spoil the look of the beach.
We found an information centre and drove the ...
... of the beautiful architecture. Specifically, I would've like to walk the streets to see the art "sheets" hanging between buildings could be seen for blocks. I found the juxtoposition of the aged Provicial Court in the background and the modern art exhibit hanging like laundry very intriguing.
Instead, we stopped in at small bistro and had a delicious amber-hued beer and a pot of mussels. (I know Anthony Bourdain has warned me about ...
... we took a photo of us shooting them, 'Mission Impossible' style! In the afternoon we performed a concert in a bandstand in Astridpark, which was very quiet but scenic, and our hostel owner came to watch us! Later we went souvenir shopping, both for our own souvenirs and also for a present for our coach driver, and then in the evening we had dinner as a whole band in La Taverne, where we had eaten on the first night. The last evening was, for most of the band, very drunken, ...