Formule 1 Ghent
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... order for chivalry created by Philip the Good to commemorate his marriage to Princess Isabella of Portugal in 1430. The order survives to this day in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, and Portugal
Found a soup kitchen, (one for paying customers), with soup being the main menu item. Just what we needed, as the day was definitely on the cool to chilly side, and evening fast approaching.
... MSU was paying for the bill, with the exception of alcohol. I had 1 1/2 racks of ribs, and two Duvels. I told Mark and Josh, the two guys on our trip, who I was sitting near, to try Duvel, as the girls at the table had krieks. I got fairly drunk, needless to say.
After dinner, we went and sat at the adult table, and talked with some of the students and professors. Then went back to the hotel, where I more or less passed out.
... the road, and went into a chocolate shop for a look, but didn't buy anything. We wandered down past the still-not-open Christmas markets. They'll probably open the day after we leave, being December 1st! We wandered down to one of the bars we'd drank at the other night, where Karina had told us to go to find the best Belgian Waffles in town. Then we went to the chocolate shop next door to it. The man in there was really nice and talked us through all the types of ...
... in time and did not have to wait too long to board. P & O this time, not as good as Sea France was last year, but they have liquidated so we had no choice. It only takes an hour anyway.
Drove off the ferry and made our way to Zele, Belgium. Yes folks once again we find ourselves in Belgium, still boring,wet and cold. Went for a nice walk between showers. the park is pretty good and we should be comfortable for the night here.
Tomorrow we will drive to Holland.
... of the most narrow and winding steps I have ever seen to the top of the Belfort (belfry) that dominates the square and figures prominently in the movie "In Bruges." In one shape or form it's been standing here since the 12th century and when it's first belfry was struck by lightning and burned in 1290, Brugeseans got right busy and built an even taller one to replace it. So there, God. Magnificent 180-degree view from the top (only half is open) and the deafening surprise of ...