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We spotted a few windmills and dykes as we left The Netherlands and I have never seen so many bicycles in all my life- I am sure they must be free. We arrived in Brugge after lunch in glorious sunshine so went on a coatless walk about, could not believe it was nearly November as it reached 20 degrees. Lucy and Amy opted for Halloween costumes, I went for windmill sunglasses - Neil did not dress up. To Lucy's disappointment Belgium people did not seem to participate ...
... the outside of town, through pretty tree-covered paths and past majestical lakes (the Lake of Love in fact).
We stopped off for chocolate and banana waffles along the way (a specialty in Belgium) and found ourselves at a little cafe (Vero Caffe) in one of the back streets. Oh. My. God. The BEST double espresso we have had in a long time. It would rival the best places in Brisbane. ...
... The stare was just too much – but I wasn’t sure whether he was a soup dog or a pasta dog.
One of the things that I most wanted to see was the Madonna and Child that was carved in Carrara marble by Michelangelo Buonarotti in 1504 that was housed in Our Lady’s Church. Originally it was intended for an altar in Sienna but it was stolen by the German’s during the war ...
... free samples so we went chocolate shop hopping; this tactic does actually work on consumers as we ended up buying some gorgeous chocolates! A rather odd experience happened to us when we were waiting for a bus one evening; a full marching musical band appeared from nowhere and started walking down the street towards us.
Bruges signalled the last major town we would be visiting on our European road trip. After staying overnight ...
... for it to be considered a liveable and tranquil place,
and its main square contains a sufficient number of examples of typical
Belgian architecture to keep the tourist planted firmly on the spot at
least until the realization dawns upon them that this is a town so full
of like-minded building styles, that it really does pay to wander free,
and take in as many sights as time permits. Brugge is almost entirely ...