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... a lady selling various pates and foie gras. The visitor center is right on the square and has free toilets! I have found it very rare to find a free toilet in Brugge and have been paying 50 cents to use the one in the visitor center there. So that was nice.
I spent my time wandering around the town, looking at the charming houses and enjoying the quiet. My wandering led me to the Church of Our Lady, which is on ...
... so they could hear about our experience of ‘self touring’
I know from the Cruise Critic forum and from talking to people on previous cruises that many of them prefer to do their own thing whilst in port or organize private tours rather than pay for the ship’s tours which often seem quite expensive. Last cruise we did Princess tours in just about every port but this time I’ve bought a book by Rick Steve which covers ...
... of characters carved out of ice and an experience like no other I’ve seen before; make sure you wrap up well and leave time at the end to enjoy something chilled from the ice bar. In keeping with the festive season, the Christmas markets add marvel to the already magical market square and provide another spot for refreshments as well as a selection of local arts and crafts. The one downside about visiting at this time of year is that the canal trips do not ...
... frites and other local dishes, but I chose to go further into the side streets. I settled on Brasserie Forestiere, a modern yet cozy restaurant which didn't flaunt itself to tourists. I had to share a table since it was that busy (always a good sign). The menu is mainly salads, pastas and wok dishes - my Linguini Scampi was filling and nicely presented.
... more pleasant.
12 hours later …. time now 11.00 (5th January 2012)
My word, how much can change in such a short space of time. We didn’t sail at 06.00 because the dockers stopped working. It was too windy to accurately place containers that are swaying back and forth – so everybody was looking forward to a day in port waiting for the wind to drop. Then at 09.15 the fire alarm sounded. ...