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... music. We unloaded our stuff and were planning to get a bus into the town centre but soon decided it would probably be easier to drive into town (yeah, sure). Getting in was fine, had a few incidents with confusing roads with weird colourful
tram/train things, but we made it to the car park!
Strolled through the beautifully old streets to the Cathedral of Our Lady and Grote Markt – everywhere is so pretty and the people ...
... to cross, just a short run from one train door to the next.
Safely aboard our last train of the day, we quickly crossed the border into Luxembourg and started noticing landmarks we recognized. We pulled into the main Luxembourg City train station a little bit late, but still in perfect time to catch the 3:05 p.m. 100 bus home to Larochette. Not the easy trip we were expecting, but with a happy ending.
... the brewing process. I am a very big Belgian Beer fanatic so this was certainly a memorable highlight of the trip for me. The Moortgat family began their brewing business over a century ago and has worked tirelessly to perfect it's usage of hops, yeast, and barley to generate a world renown top shelf beer. The tour guide within the brewery was very well educated and had walked us through the entire plant from ...
... of the Belgian National Orchestra. All the announcing was in Dutch. Some familiar music though.
Earlier I’d read a small book about famous Belgians – there are many significant historical figures, artists, cartoonists, actors, scientists, etc. Here are a few: Adolphe Sax, "father" of the saxophone; actor Jean-Claude van Damme; Agatha Christie character Hercule Poirot; singer ...
... her, it was absolutely delicious, but so rich.
Then we went in search of the medieval street with big timber doors that Antwerp was famous for - Vlaeykensgang. Stopping at a few more chocolate stores along the way. After a bit of searching, and a lot of asking for its location, we found it - unfortunately they were doing restoration work on it, and we couldn’t go in. It really did seem like half of Europe was under construction. We got lost so ...