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... both languages were fairly prevalent.
The three things Brugge is famous for were hard to miss: chocolate, beer and lace. The window displays are filled with delicious treats and marzipan - a visual feast that acts as quite the temptress. Needless to say it did not take us long to visit a chocolatier, and there were no hesitations in ordering a ‘Duval’ (Devil in Flemish - at 8% I ...
... the most flawless transitions from Dutch to English I have ever heard in my life, showed us how they made their praline-filled chocolates, then handed some out for us to try. It tasted like a Ferrero Rocher without the hazelnuts on the outside. YUM!!! I went a bit nuts in the shop afterwards, getting a block of white chocolate (which IS in fact chocolate, despite it only containing cacao butter and not cacao solid which makes chocolate brown) with little M&Ms in it, a ...
... was made that due to the strike of the national trash removers could passengers please take their trash with them. At that point I noticed there was a lot of trash around it was over flowing from every possible trash can in the station. It makes you wonder how long the strike will go and how much sympathy will the trash removers get from the public, guess they could push the trash into the canals and perform a ...
... at least not as frequently. Despite the weather being more than pleasant while I was there, none of the boating tour companies were open. A shame considering the city’s “Venice of the North” title. These watery arteries, which form a memorising maze throughout the city centre, can still be enjoyed by foot though and there’s a seemingly infinite number of walks you can embark upon, each as beautiful as the last.
... beautiful, as far as we could tell from the fields and trees zipping past us. I took the opportunity to sleep through the Chunnel so was awake all the way to Bruges.
Once in Bruges, we got a little turned around but nothing we couldn't handle. The Belfry is one of three very tall towers jutting out from the center. And I mean jutting. We literally just followed it in from the train station.
Our B&B was located just around the ...