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... some lovely windmills, even sleeping the night next to one. We also stayed at Hoxter, another well preserved medieval, feudal town on the mighty Wesel River and Burg bei Magdeburg, where we rode along the Elbe Havel canal to an enormous, barge loch. We are now in the grand city of Berlin, from whence we fly to Sweden to see Kris's parents.
Happy birthday to all the September children and grandchildren. Not long before we will be home - mid October.
Ciao for ...
... a manky beer followed by a carafe of wine. The sun came out and all was beautiful again (apart from the dirty anchovies they sneaked on the pizza.... why?!) After lunch, we wandered around a bit more and found the Stadhuis via Blinde Ezelstraat (Blinde Donkey Street) and I couldn't resist taking a photo for Ju!! We stood over the canal for a bit in the sunshine and after struggling to find a bar we fancied, we headed back to the Markt ...
... to lean in the opposite direction a bit. Each time a train screams by in the opposite direction the whole train violently shifts to the left an inch or two from the wind resistance. However I think it has ruined european rail travel for me now; all trains in comparison will feel archaic and slow from now on.
Got off at lille europe station, walked around nearby mall. One store that I've seen quite a bit in france is called "Sergent Major". It sells ...
... ride we took to the Belgian coast, following a canal through the green green green countryside to get there. The beach we were at was called Knokke Heist.
Also the whole town is surrounded by one long, circular canal, and the entrances into the city are all drawbridges with huge castle-like gates like the one in the ...
... the city center. We saw the Brugge Belfry. The Belfry is a 13th century building. It is the city's most recognizable landmark. Longfellow even wrote a poem about it titled "The Belfry of Bruges." A carillon was added to the tower in the 16th century. It is currently equipped with 48 bells. We got to hear it a few times and it is quite beautiful.
We wondered around the Markt square and we wondered over to the Burg. On the way we stopped in stores ...