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Came out of the windmill to find the weather had deteriorated. Ponchos worth their weight in gold!
Ghent/Gent. Found the address, the drop box with the keys and into the garage. That was a shock to the system, especially Pauls. The space allocated for parking was at such an angle and so small that it was debatable if the car would fit. Fortunately, under ...
We get going a bit slowly this morning. We'll be taking the train back to Brussels, but stopping in Ghent for a few hours along the way. But first, we take a town bus to Bruges station. Our bus is driven by a very cute, hip dude of about 26. He seems like he should be working at Starbucks rather than driving a bus. Like everyone we meet, he speaks several languages, switching from one to another at will. It's so impressive. I have 3 languages in my head, but I can't pull them out ...
... the road, and went into a chocolate shop for a look, but didn't buy anything. We wandered down past the still-not-open Christmas markets. They'll probably open the day after we leave, being December 1st! We wandered down to one of the bars we'd drank at the other night, where Karina had told us to go to find the best Belgian Waffles in town. Then we went to the chocolate shop next door to it. The man in there was really nice and talked us through all the types of ...
Had breakfast at 4 Canon and then walked to to City 4 for a few more supplies like tea and Kleenex. It was raining when we walked home do after unpacking we walked to Passage St Hubertus, then to St Catherine's for a coffee at Frederic Blondeel where we bought Chocolates for work and Cathy and Caroline. Then we walked around St Catherine's and Rue Dansaert, up to cap Sablon and to Petit Sablon. There is ...
... begin! Waterhuis aan de Bierkant was our first (and only) stop. Situated on the Leie River which cuts the old town in half, it was quite the lively place with an epic beer menu and great vibe. After a short stint at the bar, a group celebrating a birthday departed and we pounced on their prime table in the corner with a great view of the action. I remember having a couple of low(er) octane ...