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So we are sitting on a train to Munich (via Frankfurt) as we begin to make our way down to Croatia. Which gives me some time to tap away at the keyboard and reflect on the past few days since we left Paris.
From Paris we went to Brugge - a beautiful little place in Belgium that has elements of a fairytale. Perhaps more normal if you live in Europe, but for us the cobblestones ...
... place. We hadn't really researched the road rules in regards to sleeping in the van and where it is allowed. This was proven as we drove around the outskirts of Bruge for around an hour trying to hide ourselves behind trees. We eventually found a suitable place which was opposite to the gates of the Canadian Army museum (Canadian troops defended Belgium during the WW2) Like many of the troops during the early 1940's we drifted off to sleep next to a ...
... 8217;t need a car if you lived here – you either walk or ride your bike! We walked and walked and walked getting lost down side streets, through parks, across bridges, in secret gardens and passageways. I especially enjoyed walking around the Minnewater (Lake of Love!) and through the lovely Begijnhof courtyard houses around the central treed garden where the beguine nuns live
While we bounced in and out of a few other countries, for the most part April was Turkey month for us. We've flown through a lot of countries on this trip, but it was nice to really sink our teeth into one country for a while, as well as really feel like we saw most of it. It turns out Turkey is a really big country with a lot of diverse places. Since I’m sure everyone reading this blog is putting ...
... is a very unique and entertaining display.
Next stop – the famous Bruges bear statue! It was a bit too fierce and not fluffy enough for my liking, but good to see a bear all the same.
We grabbed some sushi on the way back to the Hostel because it’s always good to have something fresh.
We revisited a hidden garden on our way home which we had breezed through on the tour. The smallest window in Bruges can be seen there. ...