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... had changed since the place opened well before then. With puppets hanging from the ceilings and the former lead puppeteer drinking nearby, we had our first sample: Triple Karmeliet, a tripled fermented lager that is similar to the Hoogarden we drink in the States, but better. After getting to chat about the history of the theater and getting to know our group (Eric is a Canadian here working for the Olympics, and the group of 3 was a small family from Columbia. All of the above ...
... to an automatic music player which, depending on which exhibit you stand in front of, will play a sample of the exhibited instrument.
Kim and I spent a few hours in the MIM, which is much larger than it looks. It is 10 stories in all--it's just a very thin building, which is confusing. We finished our tour by eating some delicious cake, and drinking some incredible coffee, on the 10th floor of the museum, which is famous for its view over the city. Pictures are soon to come!!!
... some classrooms. Gives students a real purpose for writing and creating podcasts.
The next day we were off to Xanten, Germany about an hour north of the base here. This has a great museum on Roman times and there is actually a archeological dig taking place. Did not spent a lot of time there as this would be a good future Saturday tour for Marylee and myself.
... loved that place. Shortly after we got there, what looked like a band started setting up, I think it was just a jam session, but they were pretty good. I especially enjoyed the seeing someone playing the trumpet, and doing more then one solo with it. But like all good things, our time in the rum bar came to an end, we had an early morning to wake up to. Its time to head to Munich for Oktoberfest. I hope they brought enough beer. Join me next time to see how we fared during our first day of ...
... not far behind it, so we were quick to find our hostel (we also learned that brussles was not as big as it may seem). We dropped our packs in our new home and began our search for warm food.
We quickly found out that everything is closed on Sundays in Brussels. So after quite a long search we found an Italian style restaraunt, managed to order some food in broken French and dug in. We thought it was delicious until we ...