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... They must have had their fill of fast food as we saw 7 of them at the soup bar we went to yesterday. We went back later and had soup and panini again, then off to the conservatorium for a rehearsal with the conductor from the Brugge choir, in preparation for our joint concert tomorrow night.
Walked back to the hostel for tea (soup and lasagne... we're having more pasta than we did in Italy last year!), then a free night before a busy day tomorrow visiting Flanders Fields.
... Sea route included riding on the ocean walls/causeways and we get two ferries. Awesome! Brugge is awesome! After arriving at the station, we cycled on a cycle path surrounding the town before ducking into its tiny cobble stoned roads. We missed the first turn off because I was expecting a bigger road! But the city is very cute, lots of old stone buildings and cobblestone roads. Lots of chocolate shops, including novelty ones with ...
... project like this - look at those brick arches and the skills involved in the carpentry on the bridge"
Both - "OOOH - and what about that amazing cathedral!!"
Now, I could go on but you'll be pleased that I don't - it's tortuous stuff, and this conversation went on for hours. Thankfully, relief is in sight.
Brugge - Flanders - May 17th 2014
Yes, relief is indeed in sight, Mijnheer en Mevrouw tell me that I'll ...
... group for Bruges Brilliance. Hillariously when I packed my bag I packed for a rough and ready time backpacking.. it turns out however that all the girls had packed nice clothes and going out clothes.. woops.. won't make that mistake again when we travel together.
We took a two hour flight to Brussels and then needed to take a 1.5 hour flight to actually get to Bruges. Upon arriving we took a bus.. ...
Wow, today was amazing! We spent all day exploring the cobblestone streets and canals of Bruges. We both decided that Bruges is one of our favorite places. We will absolutely come back...many times! Our morning began with a walk down the street to the first cafe we found. We had fresh Belgium waffles with chocolate melted on the top- and a cappuccino. All caffeinated up and ready for the day!
We took a boat tour through the canals (and met a cute British couple that looked ...