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... multiple picturesque views along the way. Our next stop was the Memling Museum, which houses some incredible art as well as old hospital relics (the building is an old hospital). There is also an old pharmacy attached to the building that we got to scope out as part of our museum ticket. Old medical stuff is creepy! Especially art about old medical stuff!
The next stop on our little tour was both of our favorites. The De Halve Maan (The Half Moon) brewery. We ...
... trend of Christmas markets continues here also.. We find two separate ones..one based more on dining & socialising whilst around the town ice skating rink..the other more festive gifts, apparel etc.. All in the specially made chalets we've seen elsewhere.After much wandering, admiring and a few refreshment stops..the ambiance is so festive & inviting ...we retire satisfied to our local B&B for a good nights sleep..
... wear on. My legs are telling me they need to sit down, so I find a ticket booth for a canal cruise and join the lineup.
Brugge is called "The Venice of the North," and the little boat tour provides some spectacular views of the city from the water. It's too bad that the boat's captain decides to narrate mostly in French, reserving his English commentary to flirt in a bad imitation of Sean Connery with ...
... a premonition that I will be reading Der Spiegel - "Autobahn chaos as rack falls off back of motorhome - 50 kilometre tailback - 8 in hospital"!!!
Brugge Augustus 29th 2013
Brugge, the capital of Flanders, first language flemish, a dutch dialect and one of the most beautiful cities we have visited. A photo opportunity every 50 yards. Meneer en Mevrouw are beside themselves, lock me in the van and set off to visit on bikes. On their return, ...
... decided to stop and have lunch. Belgium Stew... wow, how tasty is that. We had it with chips. YUM YUM YUM! While eating we got chatting to a couple next to us and found out that the came from California and were over in Belgium on a cycle tour with a group of cyclists.
Just opposite this little gem of a place there are a couple of windmills that were on a steep mount and Wayne climbed up ...