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... the deck. Ouch. There’s quite a lot of pushing and shoving. This is good entertainment. Can’t wait for a car to get hit. There’s a guy in a suit with them – must be the manager – holding a tall can of drink. I am guessing this is either Monster energy drink or beer. I hope it’s beer because that would be just splendid.
Today we were up at 1 am, ready for the dawn service. We were all layered, warm and ready to go. All was good when we arrived, but surely enough it started to rain and it got colder, to which we almost got hypothermia. After seeing our fellow ...
Instead, have a look at this 188cm idiot demonstrating how tiny the inhabitants of this city must have been in the recent past.
If that's not a desperate attempt at humour, I don't know what is!
Depending on whether I can get Wen out of bed, we'll talk from Ghent tomorrow.
... aesthetic. Eventually, the wooded areas give way to cobblestone streets and quaint buildings that suggest a time at least three centuries removed. The center of the city is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Maybe it's just an image that's upheld to maintain tourist interest (and it does interest tourists), but there's no denying that it's a beautiful environment to wander through.
After exiting the park, we stopped by the Begijnhof, ...
... my favourite beer Leffe began that way.
As I wall through the perfectly preserved and manicured medieval town I am struck by how very spoiled I have been so far. It is extraordinarily beautiful. I had heard so much of the beauty of Brugge, the fairytale medieval city. And it is.
But it brings to mind Warsaw old town, a perfectly reconstructed medieval city in Poland next to whose beauty lurks a music scene that ...
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