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I was supposed to go straight from Istanbul to Morocco, but after making wonderful friends in S. America, I had rerouted my trip to also include Europe (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Denmark). Ever since moving to Colorado and being introduced to the microbrewery, New Belgium (you may know of Fat Tire), I fell in love with Belgian beers and have become quite a beer snob because of it. I'm no ...
... going for a walk I learnt how too speak to ducks an I also learnt about how the gates worked. So one side of the gate had more water in it and the midlle and end didn't have as much so when a boat came they had a remote to open the closest gate an close the furtherst gate to fill the middle then they would close the first gate the open he second then they would carry on. My impression of Belgium was that it was clean and very old ...
... indulge in bottomless beer, which explains the shakiness of some of the revellers. We passed by part of the medieval wall surrounding the centre and got to the Palace of Justice, gigantic stone structure with huge marble columns and arches and a dome higher than Rome's St. Peter's Cathedral. It was surrounded by scaffolding and seemed to be enormously expensive to heat and maintain from what I could gather by walking through. It remains that Belgium was once an ...
... he wanted us to take a seat and he'd come get our orders.
We went and sat outside. He came out, Rach managed to order the two beers in french, the wine's we weren't so successful with. After repeating 'deux de vin rouge' several times (which translates to two red wines) he responded 'OH, rouGEE' - success, we managed to get our order in. He returned with the drinks, we enjoyed them and then headed home to bed, tomorrow was going to be a big ...
This place is crazy.
Tina and I are in a dorm with four bunks (eight beds), but so far, we only have two roommates: a guy frm Switzerland who is here to watch a football game. The other person we haven't met yet.
After showering, we headed up to the north side of London to check out Abbey Road and Abbey Road Studios (for my stepfather, who is a huge Beatles fanatic). We took some pictures crossing the famous crosswalk (from ...