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mim1
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As both a traveler and a nerd, a fact that I am reluctant to admit is that I get bored in museums rather quickly. And my kids? Forget it, unless there’s space in there to do wheelies with the stroller or couches for my five-year-old to throw herself on dramatically and declare her utter exhaustion. more »

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liege 7
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I had heard about the boulets from my mother before I left for Belgium last month. As in, Ooh, you’re going to Liège. Make sure to eat some boulets. All I really knew about them was that they were meatballs and that was good enough for me. The other food I was anxious to try was more »

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historium2
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If one sets foot into any corner of Bruges, he’ll encounter a red-cloaked beauty beckoning him to visit the Historium. One day this December, we found ourselves chilled to the bone and on the Grote Markt with two kids in tow, so we decided to step in; at best, we’d get educated, and at worst more »

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bruges ice 1
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My family recently took a day trip to one of the continent’s best-preserved medieval cities and spent almost the entire time in a refrigerated tent. It may sound like a tragedy, but in this instance it was not! We were visiting Bruges for its annual Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival; this year’s theme was “Land more »

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