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... persons (often the same.) An old church, the Basilica of the Holy Blood, is built on top of an even older church! Nearby, a cathedral was razed by Napoleon, and the remnants of it can be viewed in the basement of the Crowne Plaza Hotel--in order to build their hotel, they had to archaeologically dig and preserve, and allow people to come in and see. The Stadthuis, or city hall, was busy as wedding parties came and went in the drizzle, glowing and smiling. We walked into some ...
... a couple pieces to try, we HAD to get about eight. Life's hard sometimes.
Bruges is often labeled "the cutest town in Europe." Looks like we're not the only ones that figured it would be a great spot to visit during Christmastime... the streets are packed with tourists! Luckily, if you venture off on any of the side streets the crowds thin out and there is still plenty to see. This place is incredible- every turn amazes and there is always something beautiful to ...
... We made it to the clock tower, where we climbed the 366 small winding steps up to the top where we were rewarded with beautiful views of the city. On the climb up and down, you had to squeeze past those going the opposite direction...which, on the way up gave a good excuse to pause to catch your breath.
The sun went down and the twinkle lights came on, Christmas trees were lit and the town took on ...
Today, we went to Brugge. Google maps said it would take 2 and a half hours, but it really takes a little over 3 hours!
The city center is a UNESCO world heritage site. It is a canal based city like Amsterdam and is sometimes referred to as the Venice as the North. Brugge is the perfect postcard city as it canals are beautiful and it has most of its medieval architecture intact.
Instead of going from museum to museum, we did a bunch of ...
... and basilicas. Then, grabbed a sandwich and climbed the belfry in the Markt. Not the easiest 366 steps I've taken - I have blisters on top of blisters on the bottoms of my feet, but hey I'm a warrior and the view was worth it!
Next I grabbed a Brie sandwich and found a boat that takes you on a tour through the canals. It was pretty cheap and I'll admit it was a "must do". Great way to see the place and learn a bit ...