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This morning I set off to follow one of the walking routes in my guidebook called "Strolling through silent Bruges." It was a beautiful 4 km (2.48 mile) walk with many interesting sites along the way. First, I had to go through Market Square. Well, I suppose I could have gone around, but I just love that place! On Wednesdays there is a food and flower market held on the square. There were large trucks lined up in rows with all sorts of goodies. There was a ...
... square and enjoyed a couple of Leffe biers – quite a different taste but very nice. There was a group entertaining and playing Irish jigs in the middle of the square and all the horses and buggies clip clopping around so it was really delightful just sitting there.
So then we did our journey in reverse – caught a bus back to the station, found the right train and hopped on. We were sitting with a Belgian couple from Ghent and ...
... right?! I've tried doing my laundry but my last hostel didn't have it and this one says I can only do it tomorrow after 10 am. Oh the struggles of being a backpacker. Ha! Gotta love it. I'll be heading to bed early tonight so I have enough energy to explore Brugge tomorrow! (Mom would be so proud.) -By the way, the mussels and fries were so delicious! It was so much food for only 10 euro, I couldn't even finish all of my fries! I guess that's a good thing though, ...
... pleasure in dismantling England’s football team ahead of the World Cup.
It should not take the exploits of Lukaku, Hazard, Benteke and co to put this country on the map though. And fortunately, for me, it didn’t.
... I had the luxury of two baths a day - yippee. It was wonderful lying in the warm bath looking through the skylight at the gauze like clouds scrolling along giving way to blue patches framing the weathered brick chimney. Like the clouds drifting, my mind happily started to wander and think about the history of the house and area and imagine what life must have been like in the busy medieval city of Bruges. I love the style of these houses with ...