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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 ...
... and upon entering, it opened to a square where an orchestra was tuning up. At 11.00 (and not ONE MINUTE before) they started with oom pa pa music. It was fine, but we're only good for one of those!
Interestingly, they did have some ladies just sitting there quietly making lace. It's amazing to watch. The result is fantastic, ...
... s Madonna and Child statue during WW2?
4. Who were instrumental in bringing them back to Belgium?
5. What movie was recently made about this situation?
AP class only also: Why was Strasbourg considered for EU capital instead of Brussels? What makes Strasbourg unique? ...
... job short term for the sake of it? No. Sure Id like the experience, but how feasible or favorable is it in our circumstances? Not very. If were going home eventually, or agree we want to return to our house eventually, wouldn't it be better to job hunt or return to jobs back home with better pay and more of a future? Yes. Also, how much longer can we keep going like this? 3 days, travel, explore, sleep, repeat. Are we even fully appreciating things now? Not really. ...
... it lace and chocolate making.
Bruges had a funny and interesting uber Euro-sheik vibe to it. We couldn't help but laugh and get caught up in the "Bruges-ness" of it all........."That's so Bruges!"......."Now he's Bruges!"........"Very Bruges!". It was all good fun since we were "So not Bruges!" in our backpacker-sheik gear. We haven't been able to stop saying "Bruges" since we left. It's part of our vocabulary now and staying with us. ...