Le Relais Du Marquis
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... vast variety of Belgian beers. Indeed I was, and from that 100 over different varieties, it was only less than 10% of the overall types of beers Belgium produces, more than 1500 different beers to be more precise. It's amazing how Belgians function with the drinking culture like this. Am I a beer convert? Unfortunately not, I still prefer my wine and whiskey. Til the next time!
... on our whatever's and enjoy being told what they are admiring. But learning about Brussels and its place now in Europe was very interesting. Now it's on to Bruges so more tomorrow. and Janie let me know if there are any particular photos you would like of Andrew and Maggie. (Such as poses - Andrew) -Sue One thing I noted was the abundance of street soccer courts, and the legality of drinking in public. Which ...
... bar instead, with a cast-iron stove blazing in the middle. The fact that we spoke no Dutch at all completely gave us away, but everyone was very kind and the beer was amazing. Belgium has quite the brewing history, with over 1,300 beer varieties original to the country. Once we returned to Bruges, we did a bit more wandering through the streets and the Christmas market and finally rolled back to the hostel to sleep. Day 2 ...
... the Delerium Café. Delerium is of course one of the more well-known Belgian beer companies and you can find several of their beers in the states but this wonderful café had 28 different beers on tap, most of which I had thankfully never heard of! While I certainly would have liked to sample them all one thing to keep in mind about Belgian beer is their typically high alcohol content (usually in the 7-10% ABV range), this makes extended ...
... to see what it was like because its always mentioned when Amsterdam is brought up. It seemed like a crazy Spring Break with girls in the windows. It also prompted me to say (for the the fifteenth time), "how do people not fall in the canals?". Everyone has heard stories about the Red Light District so its no surprise. However, what did surprised me was seeing a bearly dressed woman in the ground window of the nice canal houses as we walked to ...