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... making, displays of history (including support to the troops), the cacao story from the Mayan and the Aztecs with a current day demonstration, and tasting of chocolate making. Yum! A walk through Blind Donkey Alley to the very much alive market square with a band playing and hundreds of people in the square enjoying Sunday. We just marvelled at the 13th century square which is the heart of the town. We went on a canal ride for ...
We wandered around taking heaps of pics and stuff then had a bite to eat and met Judy's Nephew and his mate and thats when the serious beer drinking started, Stewart ordered a Kwark and it was huge and then later on a light beer a rose type beer a cherry beer. but like all good things was time to head to our next over night stay and that was to the University town of Ghent.
Cheers Baz and Taz
P.S will add some more photo's later on
... Neighbours, in Burg Square. We followed her along the busy streets to the canals to get a better look and we were convinced that indeed it was her. After the excitement, we decided to try the pub Anne recommended, Cambrinus, for an early tea. Lucky we did go early, as we had an hour to eat, then everything was reserved. We had wanted to try a signature fish in each country, but that hadn't worked out too well for us yet. But here I ordered the Flemish carbonades and apple ...
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... went to the city hall. In the first room it was all about history, the second room there were item's that they used. After that we got waffles. We got them at a little store. The chef has a secret ingredient. The kids had theirs with hot fudge and whipped cream. All my whipped cream fell off. It was really good!!! Then we walked a little bit. Then we went to The Church of My Lady. It was really fun! The one peice of ...