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Waterloo, Kriek and Trappist Beers from Belgium

Yesterday, Wayward Wine visited Brussels Horta House, museums, streets, and beer. Today we catch a train and bus for 2.50 to Waterloo: site of Napoleon’s final battle (and catchy ABBA song).

Past suburbs, snow falls on a grey world. The films inside the museum provide context, cheese, and needed warmth. Back outside, we find the human-made Lion’s Mound to injured William II of the Netherlands and, well, have to climb it, which knocks the wind out of us… Continue reading

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Brussels Visit to Horta House Museums and St Feuillian Abbey Beer DAY 176

176 days of continuous trekking through Europe’s wineries, breweries, and distilleries finds Wayward Wine in Brussels. Antwerp brought a brilliant brewery and Rubens, in our last post (reread here). But for the next three days, we stay in a loft … Continue reading

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