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... and of course some Belgian chocolate. They all live up to their expectations! That afternoon, I got to ride a Segway and a few other awesome small powered vehicles that the owners swear will be big in America soon! Due to my travel plans, I was only able to stay in Antwerp for the day, but this is definitely a place I would love to spend much more time in!! Early tomorrow morning it's off to an adventure to ...
... The other things Belgium is famous for are of course chocolate, waffles and mussels. The Grand Place has the most beautiful buildings which when you take the time to look have stunning detail.
Some other famous things from Belgium include the Smurfs, Tin Tin and of course the ...
... visited. Over the past 50 or so years, many of the lowlands have been drained, and towns have sprung up as part of planned developments. As a result, a majority of the homes look "new". We visited a dairy farm and a memorial to Canadian soldiers killed during World War II. Quite a bit of our ride took us through planted forest areas called Wouwse Plantage. We were scheduled to ride for 19 miles, but Carolyn and I wanted to add two more miles onto the ride, so we ...
... made things to go. We walked back to the main square and looked at the amazing buildings-The Grand Place, King's House, Swan House, and Town Hall. We didn't want to pay to go inside any of them but took a lot of pictures. Then we walked a couple blocks to see the famous Manneken-Pis (the little peeing boy and yes, it really is that small). The group was cold and antsy so they went to find a bar while Dana and I got lost ...
... He ended the conversation by saying, "If you're ever in Holland and need some lodging, please don't hesitate to look me up." There it is again - the world traveler's oath. Just before we parted, he asked if I would be around the next few weeks because he was in need of a back up photographer for a shoot he had. Unfortunately, I would no longer be in that part of Europe, but it was such a massive ...