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Enjoying a beer at Belgium Beercafe Boudewijn
Rotterdam

Enjoying my Rochefort 10 Trappist Ale at Belgium Beercafe Bouwewijn in Rotterdam. Boudewijn serves a wide variety of Belgium beers and is my favorite hangout on a nice summer day!

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