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... rice and ben whipped up delicious garlic mashed potatoes. For dessert we ate Cote d'ore ice cream chocolate treats mmm. It was a very very rainy New Years but we drank wine, and switched to rum then walked around down town to watch the fireworks. We ended up opening the Asti that we brought from Venice in the central train station and saluting 2013. We then headed to a club where I sat and chatted with every passer by and ben and Carol danced. You ...
... to how we might buy candy, the Belgian peoples really love their fries...with mayonnaise, lots and lots of mayonnaise. Undeterred, we sat with fritas in hand, talking at ease about everything from our home countries to politics, other beers, food, and whatever came to mind. The small group was really nice, and it made for a wonderful experience. Before we left, we finished off our sampling with a chocolate flavored Belgian Trappist beer, this one called Trappistes Rochefort. At ...
... instead of touring Brussels, she wanted to go see the nearby towns of Gent and Brugge. She told me that the bus would only be about 15 euros round trip, and that we could check out Brussels a little at night. Now, if we had been staying in Brussels for say, even two days, I would have agreed. But the entire point of us booking the flight to give us a full day in Brussels was to see Brussels. Not to mention that 15 euros, on top of all the ...
... I was tired and just wanted something “quick”. I eventually went to Subway for my “usual”, and then next door to Exti for a coffee and finally back to the Hotel.
My final activity for the night was to return to restaurant row for some photos. The light had changed so the scene was now much more interesting. I walked back and forth and got what I hope are some interesting photos. I also got a short video of a Gypsy band ...
... that only slightly open, if your lucky. As for fans, forget it!
We were also stuck with our winter riding gear, no summer jackets and jeans here! With this in mind we decided to split the 500 km ride to Calais to catch the Eurotunnel into two days of about 250 km each. We have found after 12 weeks of riding in the USA in 2009 summer months that the heat just wears you down.
This put us in the Belgium town of Mons for ...
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