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So nice and warm today! Hanging with Tilly also, Em and her fly out this evening Had waffles and more chocolate Ambs and I went and sat in a cute cafe, drunk juice, used wifi, explored. Found their main park and walked around Early night in again - back to London via EuroStar tomorrow for last ...
... we went over and spoke to him saying goodbye again. He seemed sad to see us go, Eric's cold has progressed to full blown.
We drove to Amsterdam in Holland (about a 2 1/2 hour journey). As we drove into the country there were some crops still in the fields, lots of cattle, corn which is fed to the cattle as folks don't eat it like we do, apples ready to be picked and fields plowed ready for next year. The farms are huge.There are lots of wind ...
... that 1 full day was enough. Bruges is a very small town that you can walk through pretty quickly. It is also very expensive and touristic, and after the crowds leave at night, Bruges is dead quiet. It doesn't even attempt to have nightlife. So I can see why Collin Ferrel in In Bruges was so bored out of his mind in Bruges when he has to go Into hiding in Bruges for several weeks. So my last day in the last few hours before my train left, I filled it ...
... onto the roads as well!
While Stu was stressed off his nut and Donna and Pete were trying to figure out the directions through the one-way alleys, I sat back and got my first impressions of the city. And they are as follows: incredible architecture mashups, sprawling cafés (which it turns out are called cafés but don't actually sell much café (coffee), it's all just beer!), heaps of street art (something I was surprised not to see much of in Amsterdam) ...
... just sit, drink coffee, people watch, or take in the surroundings. Most times when I'm on vacation I try to see everything possible and take as many pictures as possible. I did take a lot of photos while in Brussels, but I honestly enjoyed just sitting and doing nothing more than anything else. By doing this, I was able to notice the pace of the city, and the buildings and people around me. It made me appreciate Brussels so much more!