B&B De Bijloke
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... with the help of several kind people, we found the tram (and bought tickets) that took us close to the cathedral. With the help of an audio guide, we had a great interpretation of the panels (also called "retable").
After about 90 minutes of listening and exploring this fabulous cathedral, it was time to make our way back to the train station. . . and find Starbucks for coffee before heading back to Brugge to ...
... had to ride home, then the three of us spent the rest of the night chilling and chatting and playing some guitar. We ended up in a bit of a D&M about families, morals and religions, then after a while it was about 2:30 and Karina said she was going to bed. So I played her a song that I just made up about not going to sleep, and that its not time for bed! Pretty funny! But we did end up going to bed eventually, a little (or a lot) drunk at ...
... s age and a daughter who is six years old. Sage bonded with Will immediately by asking if Emma was as annoying as Bryn. (Emma wasn't happy to be called annoying, but she was happy to play with Bryn.) Craig and Janene have a son who is four years old, and he also happily played with Bryn.
We all had a really great time, and it was such fun to compare paperwork stories. We thought that most of our paperwork issues ...
... and rebooked a ticked back to Paris and onto Brussels that night. We only had to wait 20 minutes and we were on another train bound for exactly the same place we started from! After a bit of reflection we figured it was payback from all the times we dodged the tollbooths on the French motorway during our time on the bikes!
Another 3 hours later we arrived in Paris, tubed it to another station and caught our train to Brussels. Finally arriving ...
... were some lovely dahlias in bloom ( picture enclosed for our gardening friends).
After Giverny, we headed towards Vimy to see the famous memorial to Canadians at Vimy Ridge. Most school children learn of the WWI Battle for Vimy Ridge as being a defining moment in Canada's development into a nation. The centre was interesting and the memorial was more moving than I ever expected. It sits high on a ridge looking out over a huge plain - I swear you could see for 50km and it ...