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... car return sign had been stripped from the pole. With a little help, we figured it out, and managed to board our Eurostar train ahead of schedule for our 7:28am departure. The little help was pretty necessary, since it turned out the car had to be returned to the first floor of a parking garage (car park) after drawing an entry ticket, then the keys had to be dropped off on the fifth floor. The Eurostar train ride was amazingly smooth, and ...
... fortifications of the city. I did not hike all the way around as I wanted to catch the 1:00 boat and it was warm.
The boat ride back was as nice as the one going. While other day trips from Brugge may offer more to do, Damme is close by and good for a short visit, whether by boat, bike or foot.
I chose to take the bus back to Market Square as I wanted to do some shopping and wandering and it was too warm ...
... Janet's bag hadn't arrived and reception was closed, so we have to wait until morning to follow up.
Finding tea proved another adventure, as the booking we thought we had, didn't exist. Found a restaurant willing and able to take a group of 18 at short notice, and they served a remarkably good lasagne.
Walked back to the hostel discovering more new streets.
... followed our whim the rest of the way which was full of pleasant scenery. Bruges in known for its beer (check), mussels (not the best season so will not have them), and chocolate, so we found the shop recommended by our host and I got a little selection. Just as well too as by the end of the day we were too tired to go out for dinner and still full from lunch so we just ate the chocolates!
I really love Bruges, I think its because of ...
... another palace on the same grounds. We also made a quick photo stop outside the Atomium, a much better symbol for Brussels than a little boy who needs potty training. It was built for a world's fair in 1958 (I think) and was renovated just a few years ago. It represents the atomic structure of an iron crystal, and it really looks like something that belongs at the base of the Space Needle. More importantly, there were bunnies in the nearby park.
Our lunch ...