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... is one of the most popular Franco- Belgian comics in the world, with the series being translated into over 100 languages. The Adventures of Tin Tin and The Smurfs are also from Belgium cartoonists. Cartoons are so popular here, no billboards are aloud in the city centre so they have cartoon comics to fill the blank space instead.
The other random but super popular hot spot is Manneken Pis, which literally translate to Little Man Pee - It is a small bronze fountain sculpture depicting ...
... do which was really helpful and what was even better was that he had two bikes for us to use during our stay! EVERYONE bikes here, its really good.There is car lanes then bike lanes, pretty hectic for a start!
Tonight we decided to have a night in, walked down to the shop to buy some meat and veges to cook for dinner and a bottle of wine of course. Was really nice to eat lots of fresh veges.
Had a chilled out night in hope of getting up earlyish tomorrow :) ...
... took place. We were of the opinion that her and Eoin had been doing this for over two years.. Turns out, this was their first trip!! WHAT?! They were absolutely amazing. So proud of them! And happy to be part of their group on the first go. An awesome way to end the night.. But it's not over. After this, we went to a pub. Then after about an hour, we headed to a club. At around 1AM I decided it was time to go home, so I did. Real good last day of the ...
... was in a busy area in daylight—I wouldn’t think I would run into a situation like that. Also, the guy had full shopping bags and clearly was just some tourist, so I don’t know why he decided it was a good idea to pick on some girl who looks like she’s 16.
That obviously freaked me out, so I just went back to Vivian’s apartment when it was over. I wanted to be certain I did everything in Amsterdam I could ever want to do, so I combed ...
... a little place to lunch then wandered some more. The town was full of well kept historical homes. Apparently people get a government grant to help with the expense of owning a heritage home. These homes have restrictions like heritage homes in Canada. Some were built in the 1600's with dates on the outside wall. People frequently had their names stenciled on the door in script.
At harbourside there were so many sailboat ...
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