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Yesterday I traveled to Ypres, to Flanders Fields. Not being a history buff, I still thought that being so close to that area I should learn about their experiences here during WWI. Even though 100 years have passed, people here still feel the effects of the Great War. Just last week a farmer was digging up a meadow that had lain fallow all those years, and at first he hit what turned out to be ...
... Mike's favorite was the Half Moon Brew Tour, a Beer Mans dream, it's a family run Brewery, and you definitely get your Money's worth; free tasting at the end! We are a late lunch/ early dinner at a wonderful spot, Mike treated me to lobster, after walking in the misty rain all day; it was delicious! Haha; hopefully I walked it off today!! We are having a great time; my "gifted children" keep me on my toes, and I do love them so; I sleep like a rock at night! enjoy the ...
... out of focus. Zut! However, it is said to be the only Michelangelo
sculpture to ever leave Italy, bought and shipped to Bruges in 1504 by the
weathy Belgian who is buried under it.
The sculpture is very like the Pieta in St Peters Basilica in Rome,
although about a quarter of the size.
And that’s a wrap on another action-packed day. Up next: WW1 battlefields.
... waiter was like "Belgian people would never ask for tap water!" Now this is what i was saying before....i don't want to "be" Belgian...i am here to travel and experience it. I was pretty shocked how rude he was towards me. I told him that i actually got it here before, but im sorry if im not supposed to order it. Then the dick goes...where did you get it, at a bar? Well yeah i actually did. By that point i was like fine give me a bottle of water. He walked away ...
... to share it with the others.... Every street has at least a couple of chocolatier shops, all with slightly different versions of the same thing. Some had chocolate fountains in their windows while others had big chocolate cartoon characters. All very temping to say the least!
Dan, Wigs and I managed to squeeze in a boat tour along the canal and a walking tour of the city, which both were really fun and we got to learn some history ...