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... where you are going, the wind and rain howling, and then for comic relief your umbrella blows inside out? Ha-ha! Classic times.
It is worth noting that today is Sunday, which is a much more rational explanation for the closed shops and cafes. It is unlikely that a mutant virus outbreak or zombie apocalypse has happened, although it was fun pretending.
Next stop - Germany!
... down. None of us were prepared for the terrifyingly cold trip, but alas, we made it.
First stop in Brussels? Food. And what to have for our first meal? A belgian waffle of course! Several of us enjoyed a waffle for our first meal, and it did not dissapoint. Loaded with fruit and chocolate and whipped cream, the waffles were every bit of nutrition our mothers would want to make sure we are getting on the trip!
... cream comes from Brussels. He said almost no one questions this. What a surprise. Now for some more sport - lunch. There are side lanes with "restaurants" along each side everywhere with only a small walkway in between them, they all have touts (many Turkish) trying to get you to sit down. We had great fun trading one off against another! There would we 1,000's eating in this area, where is my mate Bill Ferg when you need him. Interestingly the most popular ...
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Back to the train station and caught a train to Brugge. Great little town. Lots to see and lots of tourists. We were looking for another Cathedral with a sculpture by Michelangelo called "Maddona and Child." We were not sure we could get in to see it, as it was after 6:00 pm. Turns out we could not. It was closed for the day. We went into a little shop to buy some postcards where a nice English ...
... the shock for me. Although with my sketchy memory, I might have been told and forgot...who knows. Anyway, Nathan was a was tailor married first to a woman named Sara or Skop. Both Sara and Nathan were captured but at different times and sent to Auschwitz where they were murdered.
My grandmother's husband, Isaac Swieca, whom I believed to have been my real grandfather, was also captured and sent to die in the camps. While ...