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... from midway through, but had an amazing time together! We know to take more money tomorrow.. Although we have already pre-purchased dinner at restaurant..! First big DJ of the festival was Steve Aoki at the Dim Mak stage, we made it right to the front, the crowd was good fun and massive mosh pits were made but way different to NZ, everyone runs Into each other but it's in A fun way and if anyone falls over someone beside the will pull them up right ...
... were a few comic strip characters to be seen on buildings as you wandered about.
We sat on the steps of Monnaie Opera and learnt that Waterloo, where Napoleon fought in 1815, was only 12km away. (The history of this place is amazing!) We wandered through the Galeries Royales St Hubert, which is a very grand shopping centre, and admired the beautiful architecture.
We walked through the Royal Park and saw the Palace, ...
... the internet connects us more now. Now we hear the voices, see the photographs and view the live video stream. User “Whisper Roar” speaks to us over Youtube: “I know that, maybe tomorrow, we will have no phone, no internet connection, and we will be alone here. And maybe policemen will murder us, one after another, when it will be dark here.” (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hvds2AI iWLA)
For most people, I imagine that this ...
... ago, and is now the preserve of charming little buildings, cobbled streets and little cafe restaurants. The buildings are quite reflective of how Gent must have looked in the 17th and 18th centuries. Also near here is the Huis Van Alijn, a folk museum that probably would have made more sense if a) I spoke Dutch or b) I had held on to the English explanation for the first few exhibition halls. As it was, it was full of interesting knickknacks describing the life ...
... 8217;s. We even saw the
location of the first Hospital of St
John, which was the start of this world-wide medical organization. Even the old grain (Korenhuis) stores and
gallows (Galgenhuise) buildings stood within the city environs. Ghent was spectacular and worthy of more than
a short visit. Bruges was more preserved
and historically interesting, including an old Apothecary (Apotheek) still run
by a Pharmacist who proudly displays his ...