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The Trip/Report

This is a short collection of snaps from two trips I've made to Belgium with my girlfriend over the past year and a half. I've only just signed up but hopefully these are illustrative of the sort of things I've been up to recently(ish). I won't include history as all of them have been covered extensively and I'm unsure as to how much detail is appropriate considering the more anonymous nature of our Belgian friends. If anyone (mods etc.) want specific history then I'll be happy to edit and include anything necessary.

The Pictures

The Horror Labs

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The Crypt

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The Chamber of Commerce

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Château de Noisy

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Thanks for looking,

Thirteen.

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Thats a really cracking set and covering some cool locations with it.

Also agree with respecting of location Specifics as in some instances just not needed at all.

Great stuff and thank you for sharing

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