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... of about 800 metres and rising/ falling 64 metres, thus eliminating 4 locks. At Ronquieres, there is also a very informative barge museum.
Next destination was Bruge (Brugge), which is surrounded by a circular canal. Bruge is a real tourist mecca, but justifiably so, with its fascinating medieval buildings. The town oozes history. We were parked up by the railway station, and only had to walk 300 meters to enter the altstadt or old town. It was fun ...
... on board for the last time on arrival in Brugge. Our guide Fred said that in his seven years of guiding on this two-week tour, this is only the second time all 14 people have completed the entire ride without taking a day off to relax on the barge. However we do take the honours as the other group did not have the extra cycling as a result of the lock that was out of order. How many kms did we cycle - somewhere between 550 and 580.
If a biking "holiday" in ...
... into the UK where they asked me heaps of questions compared to everyone else, as I had recently entered the UK on a student visa but was now wanting a travel visa. In Calais we got on a large ferry where we spent about an hour. We got some good as we knew dinner would be a long time. On the other side in Dover a different bus picked us up and drove us to London and dropped us at the Burns hotel where most people were ...
... wear on. My legs are telling me they need to sit down, so I find a ticket booth for a canal cruise and join the lineup.
Brugge is called "The Venice of the North," and the little boat tour provides some spectacular views of the city from the water. It's too bad that the boat's captain decides to narrate mostly in French, reserving his English commentary to flirt in a bad imitation of Sean Connery with ...
... Dennis' games finished, we went out. It was a Friday night, our last night in Belgium, and Bruges is supposed to have some great bars. Since beer is such an integral part of Belgian culture, we wanted to ensure that we had given it its full due. Plus we wanted to see the Burg and Markt in the twilight and nighttime, without the daytime masses.
We started at a fantastic subterranean cellar pub, darkly lit with flickering taper candles (perhaps ...