Holiday Inn Express Gent
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... during renovations. The Rubens, "St Bavo enters the convent", is still able to be viewed, as is the rococo pulpit - another art work that requires interpretation of its symbolism, even though the intracacies of the sculpting can be appreciated by the uninitiated. "The Adoration of The Mystic Lamb" by the Flemish Van Eyck brothers is considered a masterpiece of medieval painting, and is enclosed in a chapel for ...
... down during WWI, in case of bombings. They put it back up following the war, only to take it back down after WWII. They still haven't moved it back up into the tower after 1945, fearing another war.
We walked the beautiful city, hearing these types of facts. Jennie and I immediately noticed how different it was to be with the group. It was nice to have a guided-tour type thing, but being with a group of our peers was not ...
... we finished we went back home and I spent some time working out how to get to the bus stop for tomorrow's trip back to London, and looking at photos on Facebook of my little brothers year 12 graduation ceremony and being jealous that I wasn't there! We had a bit of chill out time after that, doing our own things, Darren had a nap, Karina was practising her face painting, and I had a few bookings and things to organise. After a while spent just chilling, and when Darren ...
... France, Luxumborgh and then got into Belgium. Driving through these areas of france and Belgium felt almost like driving through Iowa.
Our stop at Belgium was at Binita's house, a friend of mine from IISc times. We reached their place at about 10:30pm and had dinner and loaded the washing machine and went to sleep.
July 14th, 2013.
We had a late ...
... The name De Dulle Griet (Mad Meg) applies to the bar, a local female folklore character who led an army of women to pillage Hell, and the enormous red supergun located down the street. When I say enormous, it shot a 25 inch, 50 pound cannonball. But I digress. Though the bar is famous for taking your shoe as a deposit if you dare try the 'Max of the House’ (a liter of Pauwel Kwak) I opted for smaller vessels of ...