Campanile Gent / Gand
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... took it, and finally the Nazi's stole it during WW II. The altarpiece was returned in 1945 but had been damaged since it was hidden in a salt mine, one panel is still missing.
Ghent has three towers that dominate the old city and all three are in a row. The first is the bell tower of St Nicholas church, the second is the Belfry which was built as a watch tower, ...
Then we went to Bruges, a quaint Medieval town with a Michelangelo statue and some of Jesus's blood in a church.
One of my student groups actually told me to visit this during their European Vacation project!
We had a nice day to explore and take a ...
We've made dozens of calls and applications over the last couple days about jobs. We've had few replies and a glim slithers of hope or enthusiasm (from us and employers) regarding calls for jobs. Its not like we have the time to go through long painful job application processes. If were going to commit our time, funds and plans to a working arrangement, we need a job now, or yesterday. Were at the last quarter of our budget, energy and sanity. Ive filed my ...
... I’d paid to enter as
she dashed past me into the bathroom to clean the seat for me. Okay thanks?
After checking the timetable I then easily boarded the train back to Central
and searched for a train heading to the airport. Finding one, I reached the
station and found several people with luggage so I knew I was in the right place
A concerned looking dark haired guy asked me in heavily accented
English if the train in front of us was ...
Yum here we are in the chocolate block of the world!
Decided to base ourselves in Gent and take day trips via train to Brugge, Antwerpen and Brussels.
The land here is very similar to the Netherlands - flat and filled with canals.
Gent is a beautiful small town filled with canals, cobbled streets and chocolate shops that you can spend a whole day wandering through.
Brugge on ...