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Today was one of those days that make you appreciate the ease of travel around Europe compared to the distances we travel in Australia.
This morning our day started with breakfast in Germany followed by lunch in the Netherlands, afternoon tea in France and dinner in Belgium! The time it takes us to drive from Proserpine to Rockhampton we drove through 4 different countries!
... some small cafés, and some places of business hidden inside buildings that seemed to be centuries old. Then we found the chocolate shops. Oh my goodness, the chocolate shops. It didn't take us long to decide that we needed to do a self-guided chocolate tour through Bruges. We stopped at every single shop we came across while on our way to city centre, and had some chocolate. Dark, Belgian chocolate. My mouth is watering as I am typing. Belgium is known for its chocolate for a ...
... 8211; clicking away merrily with our cameras. We found some chocolate shops and so treated ourselves to a little bag of Belgian chocolate – but we were very restrained – we got to choose 3 each and that was our 100grammes for 2.8 euros. Then we went in search of the canal area as we’d read that a boat trip round the canals was one of the best ways to see the town. We found one of the stops no problem and lined up to get into a ...
... creating great art, architecture and engineering over the centuries, while a seemingly equal amount went into waging war and destroying much of it in the process. However it was interesting to learn that apparently Hitler appreciated the Vimy Ridge monument as a work of art and ordered that it not be harmed in WW2.
We arrived in Bruges in the late afternoon and had a little trouble finding the right parking lot from which we were supposed to take a bus ...
... level walks by canals and windmills before the real purpose and aim of the walk - stumbling upon an enticing little bar serving Dutch and Belgium beers. Little does he know - not all of Holland is flat!!
We were fortunate again to find this little gem of a small town in Limberg. Mijnheer en Mevrouw intended to use the campsite as a stop over before going further north to Den Bosch, but we all liked it so much that we stayed five nights.