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... a waffle with whipped cream, as well as French fries and a chicken kebab thing that was pretty tasty. The waffle was out for his world. Also, the chocolate in Bruges is pretty much the greatest thing ever! Although we didn't have much time in Bruges, I really enjoyed myself. Yesterday was pretty much a day-long travel day. We left London at 7am and arrived on Amsterdam, stopping in Bruges, at ...
... them there briefly before they departed and it was nice to spend some time with my brother before struggling to get back due to public transport cancellations (as per). As soon as we returned we went straight to the theatre and had a tech rehearsal. Straight into getting all dressed up and met my family for a lovely meal in the restaurant. Even managed to fit in a cheeky family portrait on the stairwell. ...
... grown' ELT Mesens and Magritte. Messens was not only a musician and artist but a publicist for Dadaism and organised exhibitions in Paris and London where he became director of the London Gallery.
However, I have to admit that I still don't quite "get it" Art between the wars struggled to find a way of expressing its frustration and a new way forward but for me I kept asking the question"Why?" when looking at some really ...
... A béguinage is a collection of small buildings used by Beguines.
These were various lay sisterhoods of the Roman Catholic Church, founded in the
13th century in the Low Countries, comprising religious women who sought to
serve God without retiring from the world. There are others in Belgium
and France but this one in Bruges is considered a Bruge highlight. We
were not totally sure we had reached our destination when we arrived being ...
... great to have a personalised tour and we found out some great information about things to do and places to go, as we strolled around the old town with a local.
Interestingly Belgium, was preparing for its national holiday on the following Sunday, and the coronation of a new King in Brussels.
Our guide shared some 'goss' that she probably wouldn't have told a bigger tour group, especially about one of the ...