Bottoms up in Belgium

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Until 1993, Alec had never been to Belgium, so it came as some surprise when in August that year he found himself at the altar of a small church in Flanders, reciting wedding vows in Flemish. It was the start, for better or for worse, of a long relationship with this unassuming and much maligned little country.
'Brussels and all those Eurocrats on the gravy train? It's just so boring. Why, you can't even name ten famous Belgians!' Until 1993, Alec had never been to Belgium, so it came as some surprise when in August that year he found himself at the altar of a small church in Flanders, reciting wedding vows in Flemish. It was the start, for better or for worse, of a long relationship with this unassuming and much maligned little country. As he ordered yet another pint of Stella, it dawned on him that perhaps it was time to immerse himself in Belgian culture, especially when there were over a hundred locally produced beers on the menu. He vowed to put worldwide opinion to the test: just how boring can Belgium be?
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Weight 0.220000
Author Le Sueur, Alec
Availability IP
Department Travel Writing
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781849532471
Pages 304
Published 06/01/2014
Publisher Summersdale Publishers
Section Travel Writing: General
Size Unfolded 13x20cm
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