Bed & Breakfast Speelmansrei
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... agenda of course. Foraging is fun over here.
Next day, with scarcely a blink of the eye, we crossed the border into Belgium, and discovered that our improving French was absolutely no use to us in this Flemish country. Numerous f words come to mind when describing Belgium. Flat, fine farms, fetching forests, functional architecture, flying saucers (water towers) and friendly, friendly people. Of course, pralines, waffles and Belgium chocolate cannot be left out. An ...
... we have more or less been following since Compiegne. We visited the "Funnybike museum" and had great fun having a go on some of the crazy bikes a mad young Belgian has created.
The forecast rain for did not materialise, however our morning coffee and pastry stop was welcome as it was becoming very fresh and we needed warmth. The closer we got the Brugge the more bike-tour groups we encountered coming from or going to Amsterdam, which is the most popular ...
We had a long boat trip which I slept most of and arrived in Brugge around 11 for a brief walking tour and an hour to check out the Belgian chocolates, fries and waffles. We bought some chocolates for presents and got some chips with interesting sauces. The bus continued on until Calais in France where we got on the ferry. As we were approaching Calais there was a bit of traffic making us come to almost a stop. There were ...
... is making me hungry, so I consult the list I made at breakfast for the name of the waffle shop in Brugge, at least according to Lonely Planet. For 3 euros, I get a waffle that's crisp on the outside, warm and chewy on the inside, drenched in chocolate sauce. I sit in the restaurant's street level dormer window, savoring every bite.
After I've used up several napkins wiping the chocolate off my face, ...
... the old market square) and the Burg (the old administrative square). The one activity we knew we wanted to do in Bruges was a canal boat cruise, and it was very enjoyable; despite being crammed into a boat with three dozen other people, it was romantic. The sun even came out for part of our ride. The best way to see the city seems to be from the water, but it's great from street level, too. After making sure to take our boat cruise and visit the ...