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Today we had a short breakfast at a lovely tea room close to our hotel. The hotel has a buffet at a mere $40CAD per person which seems high as we can not stomach more than a light meal after last night's Flemish stew. We are still stuffed. Today we walked the rest of Bruges. We visited the church where there is a drop of Jesus's blood in a rock crystal on some gauze used to wipe the wounds long long ago. According to legend, every Friday for two centuries after it ...
... then took a boat tour along the mid-town canal. The city is very old and beautiful and feels like stepping back a few centuries. Wartime damage has all been restored. We walked the central area til we realized it was 7:45. It stays light very late here. Every square is lined with bars and eateries. We went to dinner at 'The Flemish Pot', and had the set tourist menu. The food ...
... this ponderous state of mind, whilst I sat at St Pancras International gazing romantically at the list of evocative departures, when I was pulled dramatically back to reality. A lumbersome, lone man had plonked himself down on the next seat, so close that our thighs gently brushed each others with any slight adjustment. I had barely pulled my gaze from the departure board before the waft of the morning drunk filled my nostrils.
(Apologies for no photos – we lost them, but that story will come in the next edition)
One movie trailer and Bryce knew exactly where he was going for his birthday weekend away – Bruges (it's in Belgium). We headed off on a Friday night Eurostar journey complete with dinner and drinks from M&S. Largely effortless but we arrived into Brussels a little late and missed the original connecting train to Bruges, not to worry there were ...
... and we're off again. We find the oldest pub in town and try 3 different beers. they have 25 different ones. One of the beers was a raspberry and honestly, it was like drinking soda pop. Not beer tasting at all and not that wonderful but I can imagine that it might be popular with some women. maybe it's what they start the kids on to learn to drink beer.
Before long, we've made a circle around the parts we wanted, have seen many of the same things ...
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