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... judging by the way she spoke to the other person. Luckily that was not the case and she guaranteed us someone would show up, but she said to walk slowly as it would take a few minutes for them to come. By the time we got back to the hotel the gentleman was already there and was very kind about the whole situation. We lugged our bags up the tiniest spiral staircase, open the door and collapsed. Needless to say, we were beyond exhausted.
We took a flight from Berlin to Brussels in the early morning, and took a train to Brugges afterwards. Unfortunately, the weather was not so nice, it was raining most of the time. However, we got a chance to take a canal boat tour, which stops while raining.
Brugges is a nice city with friendly people speaking English, French and Dutch. Most of tourists are visiting this city for a ...
... the Belfort, belgiums most iconic clock tower. it is now world heritage listed. We climbed 366 steps i think to the top of the clock tower, and the views were worth every step. We even timed it do we were at the top whilst the bells were ringing. Time was ticking and we had to dart across town, not that across town is very far, and get to our brewery tour. A quick stop for lunch. Soup, cheese croquette 2 beers and 22EU later?!?, we then started ...
... decided not to climb the bell tower in the Market Square because it was around 200 feet. I am due to climb Big Ben in London on Tuesday so figured I would give my legs a break. BUT the brewery tour was up and down stairs and ladders and I think we climbed almost 200 stairs in that tour. how droll. Good thing we had nixed the tower.
Hubby still loves the brewery tours but there is not much about them now that we do not already ...
... we didn’t have to walk far or pay anything to see that particular sight.
We stopped for the obligatory Belgian waffles, buying some from one of the countless waffle shops in the area. David got his with just powdered sugar on it, and I got mine covered in chocolate. The waffles were quite good, but my own was a bit too messy with all of the gooey yummy chocolate.
After finishing the waffles, we visited the St. Nicholas Church. ...
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