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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... shrapnel in a farmers field next to hill. After touring the museum we had dinner in a fantastic Belgian restaurant - I had a Flemish stew that was amazing and Josh had steak and oysters. We finished out the day taking in the ceremony at Menin Gate. Josh and the SFDCI students had an opportunity to take part in the ceremony. The students laid a wreath in honour of the fallen. Unfortunately, I couldn't see a ...
... up at the bottle shop, with the Eiffel Tower less than 200 yards away, we once again had to pinch ourselves to remind us it was real. From the tower we made our way along the river to the Sewers Tour, which took us underground into Paris' historic sewer lines. It was both informative and smelly, especially when we got to the point where we were standing over an active outfall line. Reaching our limit on wastewater smells, we resurfaced and headed for the Musee d'Orsay, with about ...
Just a little bike ride.
I had read it was a nice bike ride to the beach. So we decided hire the bikes and then set off with a rough direction of where to go. We stopped at a shop and Erin went in asked for directions. They seamed easy enough, but we believe he thought we were in a car and sent us to the nice beach but it was further way, the path took us along a main road, under some bridges over some bridges and into the countryside. Where we got to see some very ...
Friday the thirteenth and going through the Chunnel. Joanne thought this was pushing our luck but it all went fine. Took the tube to St Pancras Int'l train station. We checked in, bags through security and cleared passport control, all in about 5 minutes. I wasn't sure where or if we would need to go through a customs or passport check but you do it in London and then just walk off the train in Belgium or Paris or wherever.
We stopped first at Brussels and had to change ...
... wise and everything was super expensive so we headed down one of the smaller streets. We ended up finding a small restaurant with a set lunch menu for 12€ which was cheese croquets with salad, half a metre of farmers sausage with mashed potatoes (absolutely gross and quite possibly horse) plus a waffle with icing sugar. After lunch I was buggered so we headed back to the hostel and checked out a few vintage and antique shops along the way.
I had an hour ...
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