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... to take you wherever you want to go, but rain resistant, with a cozy lining and a hood, just in case you get caught in an unexpected shower."
So this morning, as we head out under a drizzly Brugge sky, I smile from under my hood as the rain beads on my jacket patch pockets. Without the need for an umbrella, my hands are free to jam into my toasty side pockets. ...
Instead, have a look at this 188cm idiot demonstrating how tiny the inhabitants of this city must have been in the recent past.
If that's not a desperate attempt at humour, I don't know what is!
Depending on whether I can get Wen out of bed, we'll talk from Ghent tomorrow.
... every Venetian coin minted between roughly 800 - 1979. The Bibliotequé was having a special exhibit of ink drawings done by an artist named Fosca, which utilized animals to illustrate significant moments in the library's history. Very unique and imaginative. The Doge's Palace was intended to show off Venetian wealth and power, and it certainly succeeded. While seeing the palace itself was interesting, it was also interesting to learn about the position of the Doge, an elected head ...
... of bunk beds for the six of us, but we had our own bathroom with a nice tub (not a shower). Also, in the basement where the public bathroom is, there is a hole in the wall that opens to the outside. That's where they make deliveries.
The Burg Square and the Markt Square are the two main areas of the city. The Markt has a couple of beautiful buildings housing museums and the signature landmark of the city, the Belfort - a ...
... my fussiness hinders me, but nonetheless, I’m the kind of person to book a table for two, 3 years in advance, only to turn up and discover the restaurant was burnt to the ground overnight by overzealous Klanners furious at the appearance of black olives on the entrée menu.
Now Bruges is great for eating out. If you happen to be happily entwined in love, ready to feast on someone else’s lap by candle light, whilst you wine and dine your ...