Golden Tulip L'Escaut
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... to see the town, which turned out to be nothing special. The town is famous for its mussels rather than its buildings, so on the way back we stopped at a restaurant advertising spare ribs. Isi decided to have a fish dish instead and it was excellent whereas John had the ribs as usual.
We arrived back and saw the lady hafenmeister taking down the flags. We were told that we were ...
... the current movie "The Monuments Men." It is a grand altar piece painted by Jan Van Eyck and his father in 1432. There are many panels filled with incredible detail and color. Ghent is a medieval town at its center which lies at the confluence of two rivers. It has wonderful old buildings and is quite photogenic - really worth a stop along our way. Tonight we are in Bruges, a smaller medieval town. Tomorrow we are renting a car to drive about the countryside and visit Flanders Fields. ...
... Plaza Hotel.
- Perused the inner workings of an old-school windmill in the Sint Janshuis Mill.
- Went to the Basilica of the Holy Blood and wondered how the supposed 'blood of Christ' came to be such a popular tourist attraction.
- Walked along the Beer Wall, a vast wall-display of every beer in Belgium, and developed a hearty thirst for some Duvel. I guess it'll just have to wait until Brussels to be ...
... but they slept. The good news is lunch stayed where it should have.
On the other side we had to wait for a shuttle bus. This driver made us miss Zoli as he was arrogant and didn't help, then got cranky when the bags didn't fit. He also drove like a mad man. It was strange to be back on the correct side of the road.
Back at the hostel I said some goodbyes, but most people were staying at the Clink. We went and got dinner from ...
Merlebeke was a great little stop really. i chatted to the barman who is a real foody. They do international food days regularly. They did africa, sweeden, italy etc. I showed him a haggis recipe and as he loves eating offal he thought a scottish day would go down well. it was snowing heavily when I got up. It didnt settle on the ground long though as it was still about 2c. ...