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Saturday was Ghent day. Dianne and I caught the train in the late am to a bigger, busier version of Bruges. We started with a half hour stroll to get from the station to the city center, and as the streets got narrower, the stores fancier and the buildings prettier we knew we were getting close. The town was another poetic mishmash of architecture through the ages that we had come to recognize ...
... square. As I marvel at St Bavo's Cathedral, I cross St Michael's Bridge. From this vantage point I see a castle in the distance.
This is what I love most about Ghent. There are be modern shops and restaurants in old brick buildings, and in the distance between the cracks, a piece of history appears begging to be explored.
I stroll down the streets and across bridges to arrive at the foot of the castle. Built ...
It's 6.16pm and I'm lazing in bed with Wenz, where we are gathering the strength to launch ourselves into the Ghent night scene a little later. Yep, the gal feels better, but she needed to recharge her batteries.
The Ghent Festival is in full swing here and two million people are expected in the 10 days it ...
... friends staying at our hostel from Ledien (a city near Amsterdam) so they joined our group as well. There was no cover charge anywhere so that was great! We went into 4 different bars/clubs all right next door to each other and each one was fun. One had a stripper pole upstairs and it was completely empty so we all goofed around up there. The guys had some pretty good moves. Once we got tired of dancing we searched for food and ...
... to confuse the issue when deciding on what to drink!! How could this happen?
The language here is Flemish - a mix between French and German but luckily they all speak English, as soon as you say hello they slip into English. To describe this place you would say its quaint, full of history and their people are proud. Brugge is a great stopover for a few days.
Fijne pasen, tot ziens
Happy easter and goodbye
Andrew and Michele