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... cultural Renaissance after being heavily damaged during WWIi. We saw a glimpse of the Train Station with it's Art Nouveau/industrial architecture that blends ample glass with cast iron and stonework. The facade is impeccable. Under all this beauty is a modern transportation hub with at least 24 platforms on 3 levels. Belgium, and Antwerp, seem right at the centre of a European crossroads. ...
... among his dad's POW memorabilia, several documents indicating that the crash likely occurred at Flushing, Holland. We're going to try to find the general area of the site where he likely crashed the B-26 bomber on Oct 3, 1942.
Our drive from Paris to Vlissingen was a straight forward 4 hour drive through northeastern France and northwestern Holland via autoroutes plus another 1 hour over bridges, thru tunnels and ...
... village in Belgium - for the night for her birthday, privately) Yet I'm beginning to miss our little nook, my desk, and guitars, and our cats, and our crooked little house on the hill. And National meat pies.
“No one realises how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old, familiar pillow.” – Lin Yutang
Twilight often reminds me of childhood, that profound ...
... we walked through deserted cobbled streets and back alleyways and eventually found the market place. It is half day closing on a Thursday ? Is there an outbreak of some deadly disease that has cleared the streets ?
Due to inclement weather we decided to go on a bus city tour, 50 minutes of warmth, this is when the snow started.... I am glad we were on here.. Brugge is a beautiful place especially with the snow !!!
... to confuse the issue when deciding on what to drink!! How could this happen?
The language here is Flemish - a mix between French and German but luckily they all speak English, as soon as you say hello they slip into English. To describe this place you would say its quaint, full of history and their people are proud. Brugge is a great stopover for a few days.
Fijne pasen, tot ziens
Happy easter and goodbye
Andrew and Michele