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When I had my rough itinerary chalked out, this city was never on my list. But as I spoke to more people, I got to know of this nice little city called Brugge. There were mixed reviews about this city. Some said that it is a must visit place and others said that it was too much hyped for what it is and that I may not miss much if I skipped. I decided to take a train to Brugge from Brussels on my day 2 in Belgium. To my amazement, I met Lakshmi Sharath who is a travel blogger and ...
... met back at the apartment to swap stories.
The following day we were preparing to leave and our train took us back to Brussels and we changed to the Eurostar back to St Pancras in London. We then said goodbye to Mike and Jen and changed to the tube to return to Heathrow. Our BA flight took us to Hong Kong for 2 nights before returning home.
What a wonderful experience and fabulous trip !!
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... around 1500, the Zwin channel, which had given the city its
prosperity, also started silting. The city soon fell behind Antwerp as the economic flagship of the Low Countries. During the 17th century, the lace industry took off, ...
... The Menin Gate in Ypes- Here it was hard to imagine that this city was compleyely flattned. The gate was a memorial to 55 000 men who fell during the great war and had no known grave. There were some many names on the walls it was hard to comprehend. Our last stop for the day was to Essex farm cemetery and dressing station. It is here where the famous poem " In Flanders Fields" was written ...
... as there was a major football (soccer) game on. It showed how passionate the English are about their footy by making a trip over from England just to watch the game at the pub. That's right the pub not the stadium. The chanting and singing going on was awesome and I can only imagine what it would be like with a stadium full of them. Escaping the crowd we found our little tea shop we had come across yesterday. We enjoyed a nice cup of tea each with a little treat of ...