B&B Home Sweet Home
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After dropping the bikes off and having a quick feed, we went and saw Luc Vanlaere . He is a famous musician who plays all of his own compositions on a variety of harps (orchestral, classical, meditation one, one with 240 strings he had crafted… and some others!). All hand made, no electronics or synthetic sounds. What a character! It was free entry, with donations welcomed. ...
... the St Bavo church. We had a lovely time with my cousin Tilly and Jan, good to see them after so long. Haarlem is such a pretty town, much more interesting than Amsterdam, with old buildings and a great pedestrian mall with small shops. Then it was on the train to Bruges in Belgium. What a gorgeous town! Sadly, on our first night, Belgium lost to Argentina ...
... the ceremony where they bring it out for 1 hour so people can put there hand on the jar it is in and say a prayer, I find it all rather strange the likeliness of it actually beibg jesus blood is small and how does touching a jar make a prayer any more powerful, owever the church was beautiful. I also went to a picasso exhibition, which was actually rather interesting but I can not figure out how some of the art from other artists is famous it seriously looks like a ...
... strange sauce with raw onions on top- which was apparently amazing!
After this it started to rain quite hard and so we decided to do more touristy things starting with a 4D experience of Bruges in the 1500's. So we entered and followed an artists apprentice through the meeting of a model and a parrot through to the production of a famous Bruges painting.. it sounds pretty odd and let me assure you it was- but still interesting.. and yet ...
... come back to Bruges. We actually had a bit of confusion on the correct train. Surprisingly(at least to me), the signs and boards at the train station were in Dutch and French only, not English. Although most people speak English,I guess it's not considered official so not on the signs. We have also found this true in Bruges in regards to signs and many restaurant menus.
Got into our hotel near the central market and burg areas. As we often do, we got a map of the old ...