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Beer and art. Great apart. Great in combination. Great when they're one and the same. Glad you had a good time.
I must try Belgium soon.I love beer and I'm very surreal.
Glad you enjoyed your jollies. I have nothing but miserable memories of Belgium. I took a Eurostar to Germany and had to change in Brussels. Don't know whether you've been to Brussels train station, but it's like a rabbit warren. With my GCSE French I stumbled around for over half an hour, being sent from one platform to the next - all of which were almost impossible to find. When I did finally find the right platform, my train had long gone. I ended up having to wait four hours for the next connection and most of those in tears. I now fly to Germany and bypass Belgium entirely. What did it give the world anyway, apart from beer, the saxophone and Poirot? LOL
I adore Belgium and recommend it heartily. So far we've visited Brussels (twice, Brugges, Leuven, Ghent, Antwerp and Mechelen. Chips, beer and chocolate - what more do you need?
We're having two nights in Brussels in May, though one of those days will be a day trip to Bruges. Taking Eurostar back to London. Hope to see you there.
Oh, yes Tvor - when you are coming?
We'll be arriving Friday evening on May 8 and leaving Sunday morning. Maybe the friday evening? we'll be ready to eat by the time we arrive so we could go for a bite the four of us. Not sure what we're doing on Saturday yet, though i'd like to check out Notting Hill.
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