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... The church houses four works by Rubens who was a local lad [along with Van Dyk]. The church was built from the taxes on the people and they continue the theme today by requiring visitors to pay an entry fee. That mumble aside, it is truly an impressive building.
... is probably the most underwhelming monument ever H) The amount of record and comic book shops could easily result in my bankruptcy I) We don't like waffles J) Belgium beer is amazing. This from a sworn beer hater K) Apparently we had to HAD TO watch Dortmund play Munich in an Irish pub - though I did manage to sneak my way out of that one in order to enjoy: L) The Jazz Marathon venues dotted all over the city ...
... fried sausage with sauce and onions). I walked into a few second hand book stores with the intention of finding George Orwell's, Animal Farm, but no luck was had in that department. I think I was mainly in the kind of medieval part of Antwerp, which was really cool, especially when I spotted the Steen; a small castle like fortress that stood on the river with an awesome landscape view of what lay beyond Antwerp. ...
... lad taking a whiss that the locals absolutely love!) locked in some Belgium waffles (wasn't sold on the Belgian fritte or as kiwis call them....hot chips with mayo). Couldnt resist some chocolates though before the city really came alive in the afternoon. Enjoying a refreshing Kriek (Cherry beer) on the street side the street performers began rolling through....all manner of 'artists' one by one. The best was last as a gaggle of naked cyclists rolled by......which was ...
... us warm at last and the food was delicious! Again, as I mentioned earlier, it was in the Thai Section of town one street filled with a variety of Thai restaurants where all the waiters hang around together regardless of which particular restaurant they work for. Now we are back at the hotel gearing up, as it were, for tomorrow's 69k ride. I am hoping for slightly warmer weather, but at least there does it seem to be calling for rain! Fingers ...