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... now!) beer over dinner.
The next day had no travel - so the entire day to explore. After breakfast at the hotel, we headed up the road and hired a couple of bikes. We were told it was one of the best ways to experience Brugge - totally agree. With no real plan in place, we set our sights on a bike path we had seen the day before. It was a good call (if I do say so myself) as it ...
... colours and heading towards various venues for the 6pm match. We come across a band headed toward the Burg Square for a performance and then enjoy a short interlude on Vismarkt where a small community of dancers and dance lovers have gathered for the evening to enjoy Salsa. The band in Burg square is impressive, but along with a few dozen others, we watch from a side street, not wishing to pay for ...
... up the sun (again we were blessed with magnificent weather). The owners, Riet and Rik, were so welcoming and spoilt us absolutely rotten. The breakfast spread they put on was to die for. We would wake up every morning to the smell of coffee, and walk downstairs to our little table with fresh roses, freshly squeezed orange juice, muesli, yoghurt, fresh fruit, jams and spreads, a range of breads, rolls and pastries, all purchased that morning from the bakery, Belgian butter (which ...
I had a fantastic time in Bruges, Venice of the North, on a day trip, although it was very crowded and touristy. The entire city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I got there early so started in the historic Markt with an Earl Grey outside at a cafe under the heater watching the square come to life. Markt contains the Belfry, the Historium Bruges and colourful guildhalls. The horse drawn cabs were assembling in front of me in the ...
... trying to invade Bruges. The Belgians got sick of this, so they captured and killed his best friend to send a message. The man decided to not invade again after this, but he was ****** off about his best friend, and put a curse on the city. His best friend’s family crest had swans in it, so he put swans in the city and warned the Belgians if the last swan ever leaves Bruges, the city will be flooded by the sea.
Bruges also had the first stock ...