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... told us it. We then drove through France to get the ferry back to England. Once there it was back on another bus to get through to London to the hostel where it first started for the people who had been on the full 29day tour. Sarah and Ben, this awesome couple that actually got engaged in Switzerland during the tour, had decided they would stay in a hotel that night and couldn't get their money back from the hostel so I ended up taking ...
... from Michelangelo, or Rembrandt, or whomever so it's always like finding a treasure.
Of course we wandered through the rest of the church as well which had many of the statues covered and tied to protect them from the dust and such as repairs are being made. We had to joke about that and pretended they were "weeping angels" from Doctor Who. So what do you do to a weeping angel, wrap it in a sheet!
We found somewhere ...
... and they are very proud to own
one. It is really quite impressive.
The day was filled with
intermittent showers and shortly after passing the flea market, it was time for
one of the showers. Right before the shower hit we were fortunate enough
to have found the Church of Our Lady which houses the Madonna and Child
sculpture by Michelangelo. This is one of the few pieces done by
Michelangelo that is not in Italy. And over the years ...
... we went to the grocery store and picked up some food stuffs and some essentials that we forgot (dish soap, a pillow and duvet, etc.). Came back to the site, ate lunch and then hopped on the bus stop into central Brugge.
Here's a short summary of what we did in Brugge: saw the central square called Markt, where the Provincial Palace and Belfort tower are located. We went up into the tower and learned about the history of ...
Up early to fill our day with Belgian clichés…not that there's anything wrong with that! After a short trip by rail from Ghent, we walked towards the old center via one of many markets, it being Saturday morning and all. Fresh mini waffles from a friendly vendor, followed by a walking tour of the city monuments. Halfway through, the sweet temptress chocolate seemed ...