"Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendia was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice."
Gabriel Garcia Marquez: "One Hundred Years of Solitude"
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I will look forward to hearing an account of your trip.....providing you can remember any of it after all that boozing.
Hi bazza,Ah Bruges. Now that is one beautiful little city. I have fond memories of visiting there. My former spouse is from Belgium. Her family live in and around Liege. The only beer they would drink was 'Jupiler'.Have a good time.With respect, Gary.
That's great. Have loads of fun in your trip and bring back lots of pictures...Smiles:)
Sounds like a cool trip. I really like that picture of the buildings in Bruges. The buildings look old and castle-like. And the water looks beautiful, too The beer looks tasty, as well.Hope you have a swell time, man. Don't drink too much! :-) Heh heh. Yeah... right.
Have fun in Bruges. I remember a long time ago, I went there to taste a couple of their beer. They have all kinds of flavors, I remember the cherry beer or the vinegar beer, so different from German beer, which falls under the German purity law and doesn't have these fancy flavors.
Bob: Although I do enjoy a glass of beer, I am a moderate drinker, and my next post will descibe Bruges for the uninitiated.Gary: I have been to Liege but on balance I prefer the western, Flemish, half of Belguim known as Flanders. Only drinking Jupiler is like only drinking Budweiser and ignoring all the great North American brew-pubs and micro-brewerys! Thanks for the good wishes, I had a great time.Mr. Stupid: Thanks for the thought. Pictures to follow!Kelly: As Homer Simpson said when they removed a large chunk of his brain, "Why my head hurt?".The buildings, canals, food and beer were, as ever, terrific.Ursel: Hello again. The cherry beer is called Kriek and varies from sickly sweet to 'battery acid' or as you say, vinegar. They have have 500 bottles beers there and one can usually find a hundred or so great ones :-)
I love traveling along with you and your friends. The pics are warm and cozy. The beer would make me dizzy.Pencil Skirt doth not need to gain more dizzy....if you catch my drift.
Mimi: Next time we can invite you along and we'd all be dizzy!
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