De Brugsche Suites
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We had a long boat trip which I slept most of and arrived in Brugge around 11 for a brief walking tour and an hour to check out the Belgian chocolates, fries and waffles. We bought some chocolates for presents and got some chips with interesting sauces. The bus continued on until Calais in France where we got on the ferry. As we were approaching Calais there was a bit of traffic making us come to almost a stop. There were ...
... pounding, rolling, and cutting little sweets and even a Belgian cat snoozing in a window sill. (Lindsay made sure we noted the adorable Belgian cat. As if the cat even knows it's Belgian.)
The best part of exploring the city, though, came when we arrived at the city's town square called "Markt". We had lunch at a nice italian cafe right on the square and soaked in the beautiful view and the quaintness of it all (Lindsay had French Onion Soup ...
... I could use my quads instead of my calves which gave them a nice break (they are still super tight and sore). Our guide was young, but she knew loads about the history of Brugge which she shared with us. Back in the day, it was a major port for trade and was filled with rich merchants who built the amazing houses and buildings that we saw on the ride. It was really beautiful, we even got to see a couple of windmills that were still being used to grind flour for local ...
... on the ruins of a 10th century basilica that was excavated in the 1950's It is open to the public to go down and explore it is pretty cool.
That was it for us for this day, a lot of travel and I still have no belt. Enjoy the pictures I am attaching. Tomorrow we are traveling to Ghent to see that city spend the night there and head on to Heidelberg on Saturday.
... the crowds were stressful in a couple of spots, but we've gotten good at steering clear of them whenever possible.) We started by visiting a church that was very impressive on the outside, but plain and under heavy construction inside. A little disappointed after being spoiled by such amazing churches in Brussels, Antwerp and Ghent, we sought out a better religious monument. Happily, Bruges' Onze-Lieve-Vrouwerk fit the bill. Though dark and imposing, ...