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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... and there was music everywhere. Bands were playing 60's and 70's music and in the main squares there were concerts with all types of music. John was pretty impressed as there was also free beer! You paid 2 Euro for a glass and then could drink as much beer as you wanted. Afterwards you gave the glass back and they gave you the 2 Euro back! The treat of the day was Belgium Frites! Translation: double fried chips served in a cone with a ...
Everyone looked horrible this morning haha. I didn't feel too bad since I came back a bit early but getting on the bus at 7am was a mission for all. We had a huge day of travelling ahead doing 4 countries and finishing in London that night. Our first stop was in bruge in Belgium. This is where we stopped for lunch and it was a cool little city. Apparently this is where French fries where actually first created, not sure if that's completely true ...
... Easy playlist on the iPad after another day spent walking all over the city.
I took it easy this morning & didn't rush to get out of the hostel, even slept reasonably well after the cold I'm getting kept ticking at the back of my throat. I washed my undies & socks in the sink then hung them over my bed from coat hangers to dry, best thing to use for this is shampoo or body wash. I was chatting to a Mexican chick while washing my undies... That ...
... the border in Sluis. It seemed to be a small shopping town, filled to the brim with stores announcing sales. The town, surprisingly, had free wifi outside. Dmitriy took this opportunity to look at Google maps and determine where else we could venture. He mapped out a course that would take us to the coast to see Belgium's beaches, then back down into the northern edge of Brugge. This course would add some mileage to our trip, but should get us back by 4pm; ...
... s Finally Over."
Quite a sobering day, but very interesting given that I could probably only spout a few facts about World War I. Plus, I saw a tiny wee toad in the German cemetery.
When we got back to Bruges, most of us went to De Halve Maan brewery for a tour. The guide, Inge, was hilarious and gave us a very entertaining presentation on this particular brewery's methods. We even went up on the roof briefly, and we also had to go down stairs backward ...
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