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Tea of baguettes was squeezed in between a rehearsal / sound check, and the performance, and the Brugge choir ferried us back to the hostel in their own cars to save us the 30 minute walk - and it was much appreciated . Suffice to say everyone was tired... but not too tired for the boys to do some much needed washing (photogrsphic evidence attached).
But now I'm the last man standing (sitting) at 11.30pm in the hostel lobby (the only place with ...
... cup soccer game against Russia. Belgium won and there were a lot of happy people in the streets sporting their national colours with flags, painted faces, coloured hair, etc. We then found one of Rick Steves’ recommended restaurants for dinner. Uncharacteristically for Europe, the servings were huge – the biggest smoked salmon appetizer and the biggest bowl of mussels I’ve ever had! Both were excellent, especially the mussels with a beer and cream ...
... was stopped and the lift was broken. Not a problem for people such as us, grabbing the bikes by the pannier racks and hauling them up! I'm going to be so glad once we reach Brugge, no more trains. Woot! So half a day more sight seeing (combine with finding a hotel) then we are off on our next cycling adventure. North on the North Sea route to Rotterdam. Oh one of the reasons Brussels won out over Amsterdam was that this part of ...
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Picture the scene - Mevrouw en Mijnheer are peering at the laptop screen.
Mevrouw - "Well, that was one of the best days of my life - wasn't Hieronymus fascinating - Oh, look - didn't that one of "The Last Judgement" come out well - Oh and that one too of "The Triumph of Sin!!"
Mijnheer - "I just loved the canals under the shops and public buildings - how can we in the UK extol Brunel and the likes when you have a ...
... and how the city was powered. Inside the hall was really magnificent. I went into the basilica of the holy blood, which is a small church next to the town hall. It was supposedly given a cloth with Jesus' blood on it, which is still on display today. They also had a good range of shops, and since I had lost my beanie in paris I was in the look out for one. I managed to find a cute shop with lots if sales and got myself a nice beanie.I really enjoyed ...