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... my-arm-put-it-aroun d-Ally’s-shoulder-move’ was more overtly daggy.
We then strolled back towards home, passing through a Tango dance exhibition and resisting the urge to show-off with our skills (*cough cough* - they are pretty rusty and have been retired since 2005). What else can I say? A great day in an endearing little town. Next stop - Brussels.
... and got checked in and took a stroll to the Markt Square for dinner. One of our favorite things to do on trips to Europe is to have dinner on the town squares at an outdoor table. The views are great, the people watching is fantastic, and the ambiance is amazing. We found just such a table tonight and really enjoyed it. We lingered over dinner for a while and afterward took a stroll around town.
Our stroll took us to the canals of ...
... got myself into... The waffles, or rather waffle (singular), was made fresh in an iron that sat on the counter with the coffee machine, and was huge - taking up the entire plate, which I'm sure would have held an entire main meal if employed elsewhere. The dish of cream was equally out of proportion. I was the only patron in the cafe, so while I ate the owner (and the chef while he was on a break) conversed with me - they ...
... spending a night, what a pity.
Another highlight of the little old town is Belfry. Please be careful, if you are not fit, since you have to catch your breath while climbing up to the top of the tower. And the spiral stairwell is narrow and steep.
We spent one night in hotel Duc de Bourgogne, fortunately, we came here in the low season. Sinnce the room at this hotel ...
... below, I rented a bicycle and headed out for some much needed fresh air. Having explored much of the inner hub, I ventured slowly to the boarder of the city’s walls and began the 7.2km ride around Vesten. The large canal ran parallel all the way around, broken only occasionally by the old city ramparts used in a bygone era to protect the city and its inhabitants. I was treated to the refreshing sight of those far more healthier and fitter than I utilising ...