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... definitely go via the fish market as it was very interesting. She completed her information by adding that Belgium was famous for having weather that experienced four seasons in one day. A little concerned that snow might well follow the blustery autumnal weather we were experiencing, we parted and finally made it back to the railway station.It continued raining heavily throughout the evening and we were very glad of a hot shower and cup of tea on our return..
... where an American girl called Caitlin took a group of us around the city, pointing out lots of interesting things in a not-so-conservative manner! We learnt that French fries were actually invented in Belgium...and went on to chow down on the best fries in Brugge, as decided by an annual competition which sees the two winners gain a hut in the market square. We also learnt about a guy who was killed by his own parliament and then after his ...
Just to get something clear right off the bat – I have spent plenty of time laughing at people who travel around searching out impossible-to-recreate scenes from their favourite movies, intensely dull locations once discussed in a very fictional novel, pretentious cafes where famous authors once got drunk enough to dine and dash, short supervised visits with unpleasant dogs that once starred opposite Owen Wilson or, most likely, guided tours to tiny round cottages where ...
... be where my ‘roots’ were. Having my mum and entire extended family living in London ensures this is literally a fact for me. When I returned to the U.K. after living in Australia for some years I was 13 year old teenager, a very impressionable time in ones life (as we all know) hence my introduction to ‘adulthood’ was also experienced in the U.K with the myriad of cultural differences that one would expect living in a ...
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On Friday we had a completely unplanned day so we just drove around Belgium and Holland...all the way to the North Sea! We found a great town for bookselling and met a very nice bookseller. His store was termed the "loneliest bookshop in town". ...