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... were treehouses which were designed and built by a
Japanese artist. These treehouses are
an invitation to dream. They recall
places of retreat, if only in the imagination, and make one long for a private
peaceful place all to oneself. It was a
very calming surrounding.
At this point we made a side trip to the train station to
purchase tickets for our trip to Amsterdam tomorrow morning. We find it a
little more relaxing to plan ahead ...
Wow... Brugge is so beautiful! We would love to do a home exchange here. So much to explore here. And the chocolates were out of this world. Not sure what language to try to speak, so English seems to be the easiest. Our waiter at ...
... free samples so we went chocolate shop hopping; this tactic does actually work on consumers as we ended up buying some gorgeous chocolates! A rather odd experience happened to us when we were waiting for a bus one evening; a full marching musical band appeared from nowhere and started walking down the street towards us.
Bruges signalled the last major town we would be visiting on our European road trip. After staying overnight ...
... departures board. I soon remembered I didn’t know any Belgian, and tracked down the only person anywhere that resembled anything like a station official. Fortunately, he was, and I was soon on Platform 16, bound for Knokke Blankenberge.
I’d read a lot about Brussels lack of vitality and character, and as the two tiered juggernaut of a train lurched itself away, it was difficult to find a case against. The suburban areas of Brussels appeared ...
... cemeteries in the area around Ypres; most of them are quite small and situated by the side of the road or in the middle of a field. There are only three or four (can't remember) German cemeteries. After the war, the Belgian government gave the Allies the use of the ground on which the cemeteries stand in perpetuity. They gave the Germans land for only 25 years. When the 25 years were up, the Belgians demanded their land back (most of it was farmland), so the Germans dug up the ...