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Travel Blogs from Saint-Gilles
... even in the cool weather the spots were packed.there is also the old medieval castle and Groot Vleeshuis built in the 1400s. A very pretty city. We went to a really cute rest/bar collared Mosquito Coast on a recommendation from Claire's friend Bente. It was on a number of levels with cozy living room furniture in one part and more bar like tables in another. There are 2 patios and lots of travel memorabilia.. Claire and I had a ...
Spent the morning in Mons catching up on a few things Steve wanted to see including St Symphorien Military Cemetery which contains the graves of the First English soldier killed in WWI and the last one - just an hour before the Armistice.
I then spent the afternoon tracking down an Art Nouveau house that I had seen in a picture. As it was a little out of the city, I decided to drive in rather ...
... the 1958 World's Fair....which John apparently visited when he still lived in Munich!! I had never heard that story before!! Of course he was too little to remember anything, but still, fun to tread on ground that he had tread on before in the long distant past!! The Atomium is really cool....it looks like a giant molecule!! And you can go up in it for panoramic views of Brussels, some history about the 1958 World's Fair, and then they have other levels where they ...
... to wake Daniel up and then start repacking all of our random clothes that were hung around the room drying. Fortunately, we were able to get out and leave at the time that I had wanted to. We didn’t have a problem riding to the station, but when we got there, we weren’t able to make a reservation for the train that I had wanted to…which was unfortunate. We weren’t in any rush though so it wasn’t that big of a ...
... that neither of us brought the right shoes for this. I'm sliding around in my boots, dragging my bag like a snow plow. The house, though, is lovely and welcoming. It instantly feels like home. We met Kristie, an exchange student from Rutgers who plans to leave in the morning. We figure things out, open cabinets in the kitchen, snack on what's here, then head out into the snow to explore our immediate surroundings. ...
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