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... a good thing. We tried nine Belgian beers, from brown to blonde to fruit, and found that Belgium is known for beer for good reason! I might have gained twenty pounds in Bruges... I promise I like this place for more than the food! The vibe in this city is wonderful. There is a bit of a slower pace of life here, the people are really friendly and helpful, and I could hang out here for a long time. Tomorrow we are going south to Luxembourg and then who ...
... There are horse-drawn carriages and lots of cyclists! It’s a small city in area but it takes ages to get around as there’s so much to see and admire. The entire historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It’s very photogenic and we took far too many pictures!
Like many places in Europe, Bruges has a long and varied history. It started with a Gallo-Roman settlement in the ...
... had split pea soup. kieran had beef satay. For main, Barry and Lynn had the red snapper fish with rise - very tasty. Randalf recommended the pork chops for Kieran and Lucy and they thoroughly enjoyed it. Barry decided to have New York cheesecake and Randalf started singing New York New York and got Barry to sing one of the lines! He also did a magic trick with Lynn and Lucy. He mad a heart shape disappear from Lynn's hand to Lucy's. lucy thought it was ...
... and they are very proud to own
one. It is really quite impressive.
The day was filled with
intermittent showers and shortly after passing the flea market, it was time for
one of the showers. Right before the shower hit we were fortunate enough
to have found the Church of Our Lady which houses the Madonna and Child
sculpture by Michelangelo. This is one of the few pieces done by
Michelangelo that is not in Italy. And over the years ...
... accidentally gassed themselves. When they finally figured out about wind patterns, they managed to send a cloud of chlorine gas toward the French line. The French, of course, couldn't imagine what this cloud was that was wafting toward them, so they were unafraid. Then they inhaled and suffered the slow, vicious death by suffocation. Some of the French troops saw what was happening to their comrades and ran for it. It's tempting to make a crack about the courage (or lack thereof) ...