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... plenty of history,more relaxed and was well worth visiting. On the home front ,our exchange home is really lovely and comfortable,super market shopping is by bike.There are designated bike lanes everywhere for the thousands of bikes in a futile attempt to alleviate traffic.Some bikes can even be folded up to take on the train and one street entertainer even had his piano attached to his bike so he could just ride ...
... time for this museum, as I spent most of the time going "squee!” and geeking out. There were lots of paintings by Belgian artists that I probably should know but didn’t, as well as the famous – and kind of disturbing – The Caress by Fernand Khnopff, a painting of the Grand Jatte by Seurat, a work by Van Gogh and a sculpture by one of my all-time favourites, Alphonse Mucha. I was on the verge of passing out from happiness, and really wished ...
... sucre were spectacular; warm and freshly cooked, crunchy with sugar. Lots of tourists in the Central square, surrounded by gilt and baroque/renaissance from the 1690s. No sight of Tin Tin!
Today a slow train to Offenburg via Luxembourg. Belguim is so pretty, rolling fields and forests, deep gorges with rivers and houses built on the sides of the cliffs. Corn and kale to be harvested, wheat fields ploughed and ready for sowing ...
... 3. Eat waffles
4. Buy chocolate
5. See the Grand Place
6. See the mannequin pis- yes we went there too.
7. Most importantly- drink really, really good beer (thought of you, Lee!)
Since we completed all our tasks, we are now cleared to go to London. We leave on the high speed Eurostar train in the morning, traveling under the English Channel in the "Chunnel."
More later from our last European stop in London.
... up for a concert on the weekend. Walked up past Palais Royal, where by chance we watch the 'changing of the guard'. Then over to Parc du Cinquantenaire, a triumphal arc built to celebrate Belgium's independence in the1880. After all the walking it was beer time in a local corner bar before retiring in Requires, a town south of ...
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