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... glow. At one point, Ken remarked how every turn was another cool view. After exploring for 5+ hours, we headed back to the room to relax and figure out dinner. Our hostess, Annemie had recommended several restaurants for dinner and during our travels had stopped by a couple, but they were either closed or had no open reservations. One recommended Refter, a bistro around the corner from their location. So, ...
Fri Aug 1
-it's August and we are headed to Belgium today. Should be fun. Except for the 5 hours of pedaling ahead. Ok. It is the last day. We can make it.
-left hotel and took pics. Saw jousting in square. Couldn't find famous row of houses and got caught at drawbridge and just missed ferry. Was ok cuz got to hang with Oz couple ...
... gives a good depiction of the town of Bruges if you're interested.
I'll be honest, I didn't know what to expect from the small Belgium town of Bruges, Venice of the North. Bruges was a town once abundant in wealth during the middle ages from its connection to the North Sea and ability to trade. However, a few hundred years ago, the rivers began to silt up preventing any ships to make ...
... historic center of Brugge was very nice. The outside edge is surrounded by a canal and modern suburbs. The inside consists of medieval buildings and churches, the streets are all cobblestone, and there are several smaller canals that weave through the center. Brugge is fairly touristy, but it's easy to dodge the crowds by avoiding a couple streets. We started by heading into the Markt, the main square of Brugge, which is dominated by ...
... we went to Basilica of the Holy Blood. This place is known for the relic - a vial of blood that is said to be that of Jesus. And by the way this place is not a tourism area and so no photography is allow! You may give some donation and walk up to the table where the blood of Jesus is at.
We walked around the area and bought some fries. As there are not much thing to do in Brugge we left at around 4pm and catch our train back to Breda at 4.18pm.