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... satisfied, spirits lifted and slightly ******. Not sure if this was due to the fact we were hungry or tired or both.
After lunch we grabbed our bags from the car and went to our hotel to check in. Room was good, settled in, had contact with the internet, and fell asleep until 17:15. Read some 'God is not Great' and showered then headed back out.
We headed in another direction of town and found a huge Cathedral and modern square. Some more impressive architecture and ...
... in its collection are a Bible in five languages: Biblia Polyglotta (1568-1573), the Thesaurus Teutoniae Linguae by Cornelis Kiliaa, a geographical book: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum made by Abraham Ortelius, a book describing herbs: Cruydeboeck made ...
... main square but there wasnt. There was just a rather strange scaffolding thing which vaguely resembled a xmas tree and which people could climb up presumably for the view. There was also a rather nice nativity scene complete with a couple of sheep. There are a variety of stalls in the streets around the square and there was a fairly festive feeling in the air.
I think that the main square in Brussels is very attractive and there was enough bustle about the place to make it ...
... a big market square where there were markets yay! I wandered through the markets for a while where there was fresh fruit and vegies, cheese, meats, antipasto stuff like olives, tomatoes, nuts, dried fruit etc, chocolate, clothes, junk, and more! After the markets I wandered up towards the old town and on the way went into the Ruben museum which is actually Ruben(the famous painter)’s ...
... day, and after the free breakfast survived on nothing but a bag of them from a local produce shop.
Brugge was beautiful just as the pictures and rave tourist reviews suggest, and there we found an excellent restaurant with mussels (Belgian specialty as well) in a garlic cream sauce. Tony and I have a running joke (in a thick New York accent) about finding clam chowdah…soon after I realized that this was probably as close as we'd get.
We hit up Ghent on ...