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... beers often add other flavors like caramel and licorice, and that is what makes it unique. She then showed us the old areas where the beer was mixed, and wow, it did show its age. The old fermentation room had grids on the floor for the barrels and our guide told us how back in the day they would transport the beer to homes via the canal. That is pretty cool. At the end we got to sample a glass in the tasting room.
... modern and traditional, and more churches.
Walked out to the outer canal. In previous times this was part of the double moat surrounding the city, now a canal for commercial barges. Tourist boats are required to keep to the inner canals, as even they are too large to fit under the bridges, and traffic disruption is frequent enough with just the container laden barges. Remnant windmills which were specifically for grain, ...
... 3]). The historic city centre is a prominent World Heritage Site of UNESCO. It is oval-shaped and about 430 hectares in size. The city's total population is 117,073 (1 January 2008),
... 8211; the churches and Belfry chime away with a cute little song (which is apparently changed every few months), and so on the hour, and every quarter and half too, you hear the musical chime radiating all over the town (this is the same in many European cities)
... we found a beer shop that did a variety of beers so we got mango beer and chocolate beer to try. We walked through a park that was next to some churches it was really beautiful. We can't get over how green it is in Europe the trees and the grass are external green compared to back ...