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... a good thing. We tried nine Belgian beers, from brown to blonde to fruit, and found that Belgium is known for beer for good reason! I might have gained twenty pounds in Bruges... I promise I like this place for more than the food! The vibe in this city is wonderful. There is a bit of a slower pace of life here, the people are really friendly and helpful, and I could hang out here for a long time. Tomorrow we are going south to Luxembourg and then who ...
Sunday in Belguim
The weather had turned on us, and it was rainy, and there had been a massive storm the night before. We decided that we would still go out and we were headed for Oostende. This was in the flanders area. We had found out about a museum that included the Atlantik Wall. I knew nothing about this but Robert had researched it a bit. It was very interesting, only about 20k from our hotel, and it cost 6 euro but we got to walk ...
... tourist centre!
In the much larger Church of our Lady, we saw a magnificent Michelangelo sculpture - the only one outside of Italy - of Madonna and Child. The church is currently being restored and visiting gave us an insight into how massive and expensive a task this really can be.
Of course the ...
... over what we would
be spending a home.
Traveling by bike or train is certainly
more cost effective than by car. Diesel, which most cars are here,
costs $5.13 a gallon and regular gas starts at $5.89. So, don't
complain too much in the states about the price of fuel.
We are about 6 miles from the North Sea
and tomorrow we most likely will head out to the roads that parallel
cost. We are looking forward to France.
... a bit hazy in the memory. It's the monks fault - not only do they make damn tasty beer, they make the stuff as strong as wine and as cheap as water. Actually the water is more expensive. And on every second corner is a vendor selling crispy Belgian fries with creamy mayonnaise to refuel you and spur you onto greater drinking heights. Drinking beer is elevated to the status of art form here. A special glass is required for every single beer, resulting in vast ...