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Lying in me, as though it were a white
Stone in the depths of a well, is one
Memory that I cannot, will not, fight:
It is happiness, and it is pain.
Anyone looking straight into my eyes
Could not help seeing it, and could not fail
To become thoughtful, more sad and quiet
Than if he were listening to some tragic tale.
This is a travel blog, and I've been using it to document my travels ...
... or do during our stay, the food alone would have made the trip worthwhile. However, I still think the Czech Republic makes better beer, at least dark beer (sorry Belgium!), but Belgium certainly wins for high alcohol content. There seems to be an imaginary line drawn through the country which divides the Dutch speaking Northern half from the French speaking South, as neighbouring countries have influenced the dialect here. ...
After a peaceful nights sleep in the heart of Brugge we once again hit the Breaky buffet to continue our hunter/gather for lunch, once again I managed to hoist some pate, cheese, a boiled egg and a bread roll. We filled our bells n the array of fresh fruit salad and pastries and even had juice, not something I have often. We booked our luggage in the luggage room after we had checked out which meant that we could stroll around again for a few hours and not have to drag our ...
... but they are still proud of their stuff as they throw down their trash. I actually saw a fair amount of feces on the sidewalks, but I was hoping it was dog, in Amsterdam there were actually signs saying "no puking, no *******, no popping" followed by an image of a dog pooping and then a human pooping with this " are you a dog?!" But regardless, so far the buildings in general are crazy old and beautiful, but the tourist trap area had some great ones too. I know where ...
Dearest Readers, Our fearless journey north during the european winter took us next to Brussels, Belgium. In true tourist fashion, we promptly asked our local apartment host about the most important things in Belgium: chocolate, waffles and pommes frittes. Oh don't get me wrong, we saw a few sights like the the mannekin pis (a tiny statue of a boy peeing that is the city's mascot) and the statue of a dog peeing (which is supposedly the new mascot). We wandered to ...