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Day Eight Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Bruges to Ghent
After yesterday's deluge of rain, it was delightful to see the sun this morning. It seems that this weather is typical Belgium because of the proximity to the North Sea, etc.
Today was our outing to Ghent to see the Ghent Altarpiece (rescued and returned by the Monuments’ Men in November 1945). It was discovered in the Altaussee salt mine in Austria ...
... where upstairs was a museum housing skeletal structures, and preserved tissues for students to study.
Finally, we had a nice barbeque in the garage put together by the students. We had Belgian Blue meat, chicken, pork chops, salads, chips, and a Jupiler keg. There were also options to drink a canned cocktail, usually rum and coke type mixture.
Talking with the students was amazing. They pay an average of 1700 Euros, or ...
... out the door for that, so Darren and I just stayed and chilled out for a while longer. I got a text message from Steve, the guy from Brussels who we'd gone over for dinner with, saying he was in Gent for a few hours and was free for a beer if we were around, so we got ready and left a note for Karina before heading out to go into the city to meet him. We ran into her on the street and decided we would just do our own things for the night as she had a few things to do, and some ...
... speak it and love practising. Lots of people assumed I was French, therefore eaves dropping in two languages was amazing haha.
Anyway, about 20 minutes into the flight, I started talking to a lady from Cameroon - who was sat next to me. She shouted and started laughing (about the seatbelt) " I'm too fat". This is my sort of friend! I'd estimate she was ...
... some cute winding streets and ended up in “graffiti alley”. To solve the graffiti problem, Ghent only allows graffiti in designated places throughout town. This alley was the largest section and as we strolled through it, there was a small group creating some new designs. Some of the work was quite amazing, but we were sad to see that some of the graffiti which was very artistic had then been graffitied over by someone who was just doing it ...