Hotel Bourgoensch Hof
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... At the airport station we had to go up about 2 or 3 levels to get to the airport & check in. My suitcase was just less than 23 kg, the girls' were just under 20kg each. At security, after walking through the X-ray doorway, the security waved "wands" over our hands & fingers to check.
Had dinner at the airport (& also got plane bottled water for E1 each)
The plane departed for Prague at 7pm
... in!" "Did it take the soap?!" "I don't know, I want chocolate."
With our laundry almost done we plan to head back for a little rest from our morning adventures. Tonight we plan to hit up a few more of our favorite chocolate shops, a waffle shop that Jonathan has been scoping out, and then a free harp concert in a sweet old courtyard. Tomorrow we have a five hour train ride to Heidelberg, Germany. Let's keep this party ...
... a regular and one of the bartenders who worked there. We had a blast talking with them and getting to know a few locals. They showed us another place situated under a building- we had to crawl through a small door to get to this basement bar where we played foosball and had a lot of fun. It was a perfect way to bring in Lacy's 25th year and was great to celebrate with old friends, new friends, and a beautiful city.
Our second full day consisted of ...
... so there are some very impressive churches and buildings (see today's photos).
After our canal tour we continued our day by heading over to the Church of Our Lady. This church contains a sculpture by Michelangelo (Madonna and Child). This is the only sculpture by Michelangelo that left Italy during his lifetime. The church itself seems to be undergoing some major repairs inside, but you could still go in and see some of the church, including the sculpture. Also, on the way ...
... through the shops and sampling belgiums best food. Even though they are known for their beer they are also one of the best makers of chocolate, so we went to one of their little chocolatiers to sample a few & OMG they did not disappoint! We also watched a live candy making show at one if the confectionary stores which was interesting. We finished the afternoon at the famous beer wall where the pub has a enormous wall ...