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... center we realized there were many chocolate shops and we should probably try at least one piece of chocolate in every shop we passed. Best. Idea. Ever. I am so pleased with my life choices. After filling up on chocolate and seeing some wonderful old churches we stopped for some real food. Of course we needed some dessert with our lunch so we had waffles! Fun fact: waffles are not a breakfast food here, they are a dessert. As you might already know, ...
... 1291, they take in procession each year on Ascension Day; and Brugse Vrije which dates from the 16th century and was the old Civil Registry.
... shop for my present but after trying a few on none really took my fancy. We bought some oils and an Australian bruschetta mix in one little shop and I had a new purse in Kipling as well as some very expensive soaps!
Obviously all this was interspersed with a few chocolates and another beer or two before we headed back to the hotel to drop our shopping off and get changed before our evening meal.
... because we could not deduce which was the right
bus and the skies began opening up even more, we found the taxi line and hopped
in one to take us back.
A couple hours of relaxing back
at the house was well received by our feet and frankly our minds. Dinner
was at a local pub where Tom and ribs and fries and I had an Omelet which is
apparently a very popular dish in Belgium; along with Mussels, ribs,
Frits. Considering it had been ...
... time ago, otherwise they would have caved in; otherwise, the place is authentic. Also on display was a General Purpose Wagon, which would have been pulled by horses and used to ferry supplies. It was often abbreviated to GP, and then further truncated to the sound those two letters make: jeep.
After the war, the Treaty of Versailles imposed war reparations on Germany. Germany didn't pay off the final installment until October 3, 2010. Headlines in German papers that day ...