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Aachen: Having a Few Beers With the Father of Europe

Back in the 1950’s, six European countries got together and formed the European Economic Community, the precursor to today’s much larger European Union. Those countries were France, Belgium, West Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, and the Netherlands. 1,107 more words

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Beer & Bike: Tongerlo & Averbode

One of my favorite things about Belgium is the way beer and it’s religious history are so closely intertwined.  Not that it is any surprise that beer and monks would be closely related.   747 more words

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Dionysian Bruges

Sitting down to write a blog on the subject of Bruges for the very first time would seem to be an easy task for those who know me.   1,967 more words

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The Kulmination of All Things

In a certain translation of the Holy Bible, a verse goes “The end and culmination of all things is near. Therefore, be sound-minded and self-controlled…” If there was one genetic link that binds all lovers of travel, it is that we are motivated by an inner voice always telling us ‘Life is short and there is a helluva lot to see.’ While the world around us is quickly losing its mind and self-control, the travelers of the world have more fear to dismiss or push to the back of the mind. 1,292 more words

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CHIMERA BREW PUB: Craft beer, hard rock and knock-out sandwiches, all in the same cave

Alcântara is still an area very much in a research and development state. It’s a great place for cheap, stunning seafood (near the train station), there’s LX Factory which isn’t really what it used to be anymore, and there’s still one or two other hidden secrets which will be revealed here in due time. 1,027 more words


Portland Trip Day 2 ポートランド(オレゴン州)旅行の2日目

This day we rented a car, so we escaped behind the confines of the local train system.


This was for only one purpose really– Multnomah Falls. 276 more words