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... and cheese and even some fois gras. It was nice to sit and have a meal not at a restaurant. She is very laid back, and I really like her place for that.
I'm not sure where I will go tomorrow. Maybe I will get to the train station and see what is leaving next? Now that would be interesting!
Today was a great day!
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... get on and explore some of the WWI memorial sites. Making our way to the Flanders area we passed several mass cemeteries - easing us into what we would see for the remainder of the day. The first stop was the Hill 62 memorial for the Canadians lost in that vicinity during WW1. It was a very simple memorial but on a large scale and overlooked the picturesque countryside they fought for. A beautiful day, daffodils in bloom and no crowds made it ...
... with the basic old key shape of a long
shaft terminating in a single piece of steel going down at a 90 degree angle
with just enough of a uniqueness to match it to its door. Also on display
was a huge map of Bruge made in lace. We had seen one of these before at
the home we are staying. Kurt, one of our hosts had pointed it out on one
of the big walls in the house on which it was mounted. Apparently, though
once common, they are now few and ...
... I'm sure, with the right companions - traveling in groups could be fun. I have seen 3 groups of ladies today ... That seem to be on girls trips. And for a minute I was jealous. But now at dinner - there is a group of 5 women - all clearly from Georgia or Alabama. (I know this by the thick southern bell accent - and one said "Dorothy went to Atlanta".) And they are talking about their husbands ... In 20 minutes ... I haven't heard ...
... two seats at the bar and ordered the house brew, one light and one dark. After a while we ordered dinner, a 3 course meal that included cheese croquettes as an appetizer, Flemish stew, and creme brûlée for desert. Our other entree was much simpler and less expensive, half a chicken with salad and frites ( Belgian fries). The food was excellent and the fries came in a big bowl with mayonnaise on the side. The mayonnaise was not our cup of tea, but the fries were superb. The Belgians ...