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... of this vacation.
As the store owner wraps up my purchase, he asks me where I'm from, and smiles warmly when I tell him I'm from Canada."We love Canadians in Brugge. Did you know it was the Canadians who liberated Brugge in 1945? They came over the only bridge that the Nazis hadn't bombed. We call that bridge "The Buffalo Bridge" in honor of those men from your country. I can show you where it is on the ...
... about 20 windmills (all visible at the same time). When he saw all of the windmills, his face lit right up! He was experiencing a little slice of Heaven on Earth. I think his comment was "Now I really feel like I have been to Holland".
We all enjoyed the windmills, as it is certainly not something we see in the states at all and, as mentioned earlier, the weather was perfect.
We left the windmills and The Netherlands in ...
... and chocolates were consumed here! The chocolates here were the yummiest ive ever had, but very sickly! Especially the truffles ! We stayed in a hostel in an apartment style place and our room was at the very top of all these steeep stairs, sort of like in a loft - quite cool. We also hired biked to explore the city and net some cool people on a pub crawl one night ...
... for 12 Euro and he offered free champagne. Turns out he wasn't saying champagne, he was saying some sort of beer which Liz doesn't like because she doesn't like beer. And since we weren't understanding the "English" menu we ended up not getting a three course meal anyways. It all turned out good though because we did get an entrée, dessert, and beer for 10 Euros.
The best part though was that we sat next to a table of a bachelor party. We knew because they all ...
... a constant beacon for any lost wanderer. Quaint shops, cafes, and secret doorways adorn each street, whilst tourists and locals blend effortlessly together, sharing the marvels before them.
Having swiftly dealt with the small issue of someone sleeping in my bed, I dropped my bag and did what any lone traveller is entitled to do. I got lost. With the belfry acting as my watched guider, I submerged myself in to the tiny alleys that twist and turn as if ...