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Old 04-20-2007, 04:17 PM   #1
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Default I am too excited to not Gloat a little.

Sorry to do this to you all, but I am leaving for Belgium tomorrow morning for a little vacation. Plan on hitting a number of breweries and pubs. Even have a day planned at The abbay of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren. Fresh westies for me...yippy.


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Old 04-20-2007, 04:28 PM   #2
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Sweet - sounds like a great time. I'm going to have to do that myself one day


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Old 04-20-2007, 04:35 PM   #3
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Loosing my Westvleteren beer virginity at the monastery cafe. I now see how those monks can give up sex.



Some other pics from my Belgium trip.


I will put more pics in my gallery. Hope you all have the chance to do the same some day. Belgium is a amazing country with awesome history, friendly people, great food, and as we all know...damn good beer.
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my thoughts exactly






drink a few for us!
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Have a belgian waffle. I have eaten Belgian waffles in Brugge and the are 10 times better than in the US. They are light and fluffy. They are sold by street vendors like we sell hot dogs.
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Have a belgian waffle. I have eaten Belgian waffles in Brugge and the are 10 times better than in the US. They are light and fluffy. They are sold by street vendors like we sell hot dogs.
You mean like this:

You are correct, they are awesome. Light yet still slightly crunchy...damn I'm hungery. Guess I will have to go back.
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You mean like this:

You are correct, they are awesome. Light yet still slightly crunchy...damn I'm hungery. Guess I will have to go back.

JUST LIKE THAT!!!! They are the bomb diggity.


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