Brugge Bed & Breakfast
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... have known about this if it weren't for our travel book. The hotel sits on an archeological site of an old fort and church, and the hotel was only permitted to build there as long as they allowed people access to enjoy the site (as long as there is no conference going on). It was really neat to see the rock walls and wood pilings, all right beneath a fancy hotel.
Next we wandered through old timey cobble-stone streets, over canals and through stone ...
... 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 ...
... 20 windmills (all visible at the same time). When he saw all of the windmills, his face lit right up! He was experiencing a little slice of Heaven on Earth. I think his comment was "Now I really feel like I have been to Holland."
We all enjoyed the windmills, as it is certainly not something we see in the states at all and, as mentioned earlier, the weather was perfect.
We left the windmills and The Netherlands in the rear ...
... white wine. (2) It was so nice we all went back again.
As I write, Amy and Lily are downstairs watching the World Cup and rooting for Germany, of course, Martina!
3 days in Bruges (not enough!!!!), now on to Paris!
PS: Sorry for the MANY photos, I could not help myself, nor did I take most of them in the "good light". We always got a late start on our days because we stayed up late at night.
I hired a bike hire 4 E 1 hour from near the train station - rode along beautiful paths under tunnels of massive tress alongside the waterfront surrounding the old town. I went around to where there are 4 windmills left . There used to be hundreds. It is an incredibly beautiful city and I loved my ...