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... anything else a beautiful and imposing structure. An Arc like the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, we drove under it on our way into town. Here we joined a field band from South Africa, these guys were just too cool! They played brass while walking and dancing. They danced their way up the street towards the gate and played a concert for people in the square. It was lively to say there least, playing, singing and dancing!
... it wanted to go and what it wanted to see, equally enslaved to keep us at arm’s length and not hinder this great Dragons progress where all manner of enslaved servants of almost human form and human acrobats to amuse his lordship the Dragon, if onlookers were amused well so be it, but they were there for him and he would have them perform when he wanted them to, and he did. There were also 2 acrobats who did a performance whilst ...
... days of action by different regiments of old pals could be clearly seen in the dates of their deaths of these brave individuals. We signed the visitors’ book and left our thoughts in writing of the fallen.
It was good to see our friends, even though it was a short time together, and after saying goodbye to Tony, Jean, Chris and Mike, we caught a double-decker train back to Kortrijk. At the station we had a worrying situation where there was ...
... all it
took to be able to sample this Belgian town's set of charms. Upon
arrival at the station, a direct tram ride takes the visitor into the
town centre, and what is effectively the hub of all tourist activity
within the town proper. Ghent is essentially Belgium's prime University
student destination, so aside from being blessed with the youthful edge
and ace parties that this status gives rise to, ...
... Flemish, French and English. Germans and Spanish told to come back next year as he has only just started learning them.
We have it easy in OZ.
Visit to Church of Our Lady that has the only Michelangelo north of the Pennines.
Terrific church, bit shabby, very pastoral, felt used, lived in and active.
Extraordinary spire and complex of buildings.