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... horses that died there, albeit 51,000 of them were French. The Mound was 41 meters high by 520 meters in circumfrence and the Lion statue on top weighed 35 ton. Good job the mound was so big having to hold that kind of weight. We started our tour with two 20 minute films. The first being re enactments and a story describing the battle that took place on a single day, the 18th of June 1815, the second was clips from the film 'The Battle of Waterloo'. It was a good start as we then ...
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... metro to another park/playground in Brussels. They are very few and far between. This park was a walk even from the metro and in a more residential/suburban setting. We walked down a steep cobblestone hill that increasingly had more tree coverage. There was a large pond to the right and cars could still drive down this road though there were no sidewalks. As we tried to make sense of the large posted map of this massive park, I spotted other ...
... which was a choice of soup (we chose gazpacho) and an entreé (we chose the sea bream which came with mixed vegetables and an eggplant stack (cooked in cheese and really wonderful tasting). We shared a basket of bread and of course a bottle of house wine. Today it was a Colombard-Ugni Blanc from the Côtes de Gascogne in France. And we had a bottle of still water. This lunch was somewhat of a splurge (this is a 3 out of 4 euro rating restaurant) but we decided it is the last day of our ...
... one or two national beers has made us appreciate that aspect of home even more. While I've developed a taste for bland, generic pilsners, simply expecting as much whenever I order a beer these days, I have occasionally pined for more hops and complexity. Belgium to the rescue! We arrived in Brussels mid-afternoon on April 28 (Day 124), and immediately set out exploring. The highlight was the city's Grand Place, often considered the most ...