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... us went for a bike ride, but they were running short of bikes, so Darren and Mike looked like the Goodies on a tandem! We experienced the etiquette of sharing the narrow cobbled streets with busses, cars and pedestrians, and the importance of paying attention to which way the bike lanes go... when the locals were coming towards us at one stage!
Walked back to the hostel via the ...
... that tomorrow morning. We returned to the town square for dinner. I had the mussel pot and chips (a must have we had been told), followed by waffles. Mmm, it was so good. We are now prepping for the start of our ride tomorrow, before heading out for a after-dark stroll through the town. My bike box has been successfully kragled (glued) and I have put M&M shoelaces on my cycling shoes! We are ready to go find the North Sea cycle ...
... or bad about this or that but I would say that the experience has been amazing and unforgettable, even for a near 70 year old labrador.
Mijnheer en Mevrouw may be more forthcoming, illuminating and expansive but I strongly suggest that you avoid them like the plague!!
"And more, much more than this, We did it our way."
Het is leuk geweest, terwijl het duurde.
Welterusten en tot ziens,
... didn't enjoy my leprosy (just severe dermatitis for all reading this...)
Anyway instead of just heading to bed we decided to check out the hostel bar next to the hostel. Upon arriving we had barely ordered drinks when we met a threesome from Amsterdam.. they will feature very strongly in tomorrows entry!
Around midnight we decided to call it a day as we wanted to make the most of our trip!
... Matt had a beer since we are in the world famous beer country). It was the perfect night cap (no worries about the caffeine, I'm too tired for it to keep me up).
Bruges is so easy to be a tourist in. Easy to talk to people, good signage, lovely atmosphere, great smells everywhere (chocolate, waffles, beer, and fries), cheaper than everywhere else we've been, and super cool shops. We visited the street markets and bought a small painting from a vendor that we chatted with for ...