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... This site now is now shared with a few sheep quietly going about their business. Next stop was Bedford House Cemetery and again we walked over this extensive commemorative location. This cemetery has 6 separate sections and therefore covers quite a considerable area. We could find few signs of the large chateau that was originally located at this site. The small stream at the road end of the cemetery was running strongly after recent rain and we had further showers while we visited. ...
... them like that in Brisbane! Otherwise my backside would look like one.
One guy, Stefan who had the fruit truck, was a cracker with his spruking. When Mum, Dad and l met back up together today for a beer (of course), we were sharing stories about him. He was a large man with a large voice to match and classic mannerisms and the strength of the Dutch language which is quite strong and harsh in its sound. The kind of people that make a ...
... the real treat of Bruges is getting lost in its maze of cobblestone streets and canals. You will often end up on a street or in a square that you thought you had long since abandoned. Bruges's self-proclaimed likeness to Venice is accurate, though its street name and house numbering system is at least moderately coherent. And such is how we experienced Bruges. Though the day started out cloudy and windy (with a few bouts of heavy rain thrown in for good measure), the ...
To conclude our trip, we went to the north of Belgium to tour the cities of Brugge and Brussels. After arriving in Brugge, Aunt Kay and I took off for the city center for a canal cruise around the canals. Our tour guide on the cruise spoke Flemish (Belgian Dutch), which was quite funny to hear compared to the North Holland accent I'm used to. He rolled his R's so much that it was kind of comical.
Afterwards we ...
... right on Markt. I know, I know… never eat on Markt Square… too expensive, low quality food blah, blah, blah…. But the waiter on the door of the ‘Belle Vue’ was luring us in out of the cold and we didn’t resist. And, you know what? Our meal was fantastic.
Three courses – including the obligatory bucket of mussels for me and Flemish stew for Mr Fletche – with one drink each and side orders – ...
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