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... want to see this!” he exclaims to
me as he shows them a metal tool and says “It is for my work!”. “Ah its lovely”
said the puzzled girl on the xray before turning her head away to smile.
Nodding Servet puts away his contraption and we headed towards a café
next to his gate. Buying himself a coffee and a hot chocolate for me he ignored
my attempt to give him a few euros “No no, you got me on the right train” and
... got a second wind. Already ate, see picture, so I am having a glass of wine with the guys. Dinner was very good. Chicken was very juicy. Kate and Alex are going to be jealous. Got great homemade applesauce! Guys comparing their plane rides and it looks like I had the best trip. Had economy plus on the aisle. Three across and nobody in the middle. Got to spread out and get some sleep. Hoping I can get the same going back. Also included a couple ...
... by the Beer Geek. This may not be the best place to go or have the most beers but this is what 'feels like home' when in Belgium. In other words... this is where we wanted to be. So we had a few pints and enjoyed the 'snooty' waiters (per everyone else) and then headed out to find Delerium. It wasn't too hard, we had already walked past the walkway to it. Around a ...
... and saw the ruins of the original church under the foundation and all the chapels and such (I've seen so many cathedrals!). Next we walked through a park and sat by a fountain for a while, enjoying the mist and I soaked my feet for a while. We stopped for a peek at the royal palace next, though it's only open July-September. We walked through the museum district but didn't see anything particually interesting, so we walked down the hill back to the ...
... the invention and the naming of French fries are controversial topics, but here are the versions I'm choosing to believe. Invention: Fishermen in Belgium used to fry tiny fish in oil and eat them, but one winter was especially harsh and all the waters froze. Instead of frying fish, they turned to the potato, cut in thin pieces and prepared the same way. Naming: The snack became known as French fries during WWII when American soldiers were given them to eat by ...
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