De Brugsche Suites
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Following the Cathedral, make my way through Ghent, checking out the City Hall. The City Hall is an interesting piece of architectural design with part of it looking a bit more modern than the rest. Crossing past the City Hall, come to a street nicknamed Graffiti Street, for this is the one place in Ghent where it is legal to paint graffiti. As such, the artists take advantage and do a wonder on this little alley cutting through Ghent. ...
... and then made our way back to attempt to get to sleep at a reasonable time.
Only Mark could sleep as the rest of us were completely wired from our earlier naps. However, he was woken up by Mac and Josie's giggling and a pounding headache. It also didn't help that the room was hot. We opened the window wide for him and things got better for all of us. But it was a long, sleepless night.
Tomorrow: More exploring in ...
... it was sold out, but she recommended a pub around the way that would be good to go to, to watch the game. She was right. We only stayed for half the game but the atmosphere was really good inside. A very passionate bunch of people. Unfortunately they lost 3-2 to Ghent. We left in the mindset that it was a great time to get some washing done. And let's be fair it was well needed. We found a local laundry mat. It took 30 mins, so ...
... Jany back in Calais as he has to take the coach back to the depot in The Netherlands where he will now have to spend Christmas in a tiny town with a couple of other drivers before going home on the 27th. It was very sad, and within a few minutes of us landing at Dover he sent Laura a text saying 'already I am missing everyone'. Poor Jany! A large chunk of our group stayed behind in either Amsterdam or Brugge so we had to say goodbye to them this morning too which was ...
... devoted to frites!). We've been pacing ourself where the chocolate is concerned, but it's not easy. Good thing there is a lot of walking involved.
On Sunday we booked a tour of the First World War sites surrounding Ypres (eepers, not wipers!). It was a long day with a bit of information overload, but it was moving in so many ways and we were all quite shocked at the magnitude of loss and suffering. I think we often hear only of ...