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Travel Blogs from Brugge
So we are sitting on a train to Munich (via Frankfurt) as we begin to make our way down to Croatia. Which gives me some time to tap away at the keyboard and reflect on the past few days since we left Paris.
From Paris we went to Brugge - a beautiful little place in Belgium that has elements of a fairytale. Perhaps more normal if you live in Europe, but for us the cobblestones ...
... snow. Talk about hard core! I remember struggling really hard to make it slightly uphill to get to the ski lift, and they are going UPHILL as a recreational event! Of course, they had no problem biking on the very flat Netherlands!
Anyway, I got extra credit because it seems I was the only one who biked without bike shorts or gel seat. Even Brian had bike shorts. Hurrah for me. ;-)
The odyssey completed and what a ride that was!
... in a mine in Germany. Having recovered this masterpiece it is one only a few of Michelangelo’s works that are outside of Italy.
We got back to the ship about an hour before they pulled the gangway and set out despite the very, very strong winds that we faced pulling out of the port. The captain just came on and said that the Pilot Boat would not be getting back their pilot back tonight ...
... the pharmacy compounds their own. Will surely finish them before flying home so shouldn’t be an issue. Made a world of difference though alleviating a lot of our congestion.
We got back on the bus and drove into France back to the Calais port where we were catching the ferry. We sat with Carli and Anja who shared some fruit loops with us. The trip was a bit rough but bearable. We boarded another bus ...
... 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 ...
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