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... 30 hrs or so (minus a few napping hours on the second plane ride).
We get on the train and arrive in Bruge in about an hour. We found a taxi easily enough and he took us to the Hotel de Notre Dame. We're looking at the door and realize there is no one inside and the door is locked. We stop the taxi driver and say there's no way to get in and he assures us there is a bell and drives off. There was no bell. We see there are 3 ...
... set around a tree-filled green square of grass. This is an old convent, built in the 13th century. Further up the canal, we bumped into a couple of churches, right opposite to each other. And just up the road was the huge St Salvador Cathedral. Weaving back and forth over the bridges, we ended up in the Hof Arents gardens. This was a particularly pretty, narrow part of the canal with a small cute bridge and surrounded by some small gardens. We were lucky - it was ...
We took a flight from Berlin to Brussels in the early morning, and took a train to Brugges afterwards. Unfortunately, the weather was not so nice, it was raining most of the time. However, we got a chance to take a canal boat tour, which stops while raining.
Brugges is a nice city with friendly people speaking English, French and Dutch. Most of tourists are visiting this city for a ...
... city over a bottle of melon Jenever, a sweet spirit made from a blend of malt wine, distilled water and a neutral alcohol, and drank, apparently, in shots. ‘T Poatersgat was their Friday and Saturday local, away from the madding crowds of tourists that flood their gorgeous home every weekend.
Sofie was tall and thin, with free-flowing blond hair and genetics that flowed down through the ranks. They had lived here all of their life; the cobbled ...
Set alarm for an early rise for breakfast. Today we have booked a 12 hour day coach trip to Bruges, Belgium, so down to the tram at 8am, into the city & on to 26 Damrak, to hand in our Vouchers in exchange for our Ticket to Bruges.
Ride into the city was a bit disturbing with sights of the last of the Saturday night Gay revellers sleeping it off on the city seats, footpaths etc., but the amount of rubbish & filth lying around did not reflect ...
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