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... Lady, home to one of the few Michelangelo statues outside of Italy. There is a great deal of construction taking place, but pay the few Euros to go to the area with the Madonna and Child and the quality between this piece and the others around it is night and day. Can't get to close, but it is a magnificent piece. Spend some time examining the sculpture as well as the Baroque niche it occupies, before checking out the rest of the church, which is pretty ...
... and then had to walk the luggage to our overnight stay.
Then it was exploration time around the lovely old buildings in the city centre before dinner in the main square - rabbit for me and Jude had a seafood hotpot, served by a Sri Lankan waiter, who was obviously a rabid cricket supporter once we mentioned the quaint game.
A day of contrasts finished with a pleasant meal in the mild evening when there is still plenty of light until 10pm. (Jude will post pix ...
... as to how they fill chocolate. It was really interesting and I would love to do a chocolate course to learn more.Next Merinda and I did a bit of shopping for chocolates and then headed back for a restful afternoon evening. Cam the arrived that evening to join us for the next week. The next morning after packing our things and hiring a car, we explored the city on last time to check out a few more of the chocolate shops and waffles.
... the same slow flowing river running past. However, Brugge has many more public gardens than I found in Ypres, all accessed by narrow streets and little archways, some with veggie patches and huge chess boards, and both old and new houses backing right onto them. I have to say it: Brugge is cute. Today I saw that your preparations for upcoming First World War centenaries are in full swing, and that Christmas has graced your public spaces as with each place we've visited. ...
... First thing was we say Michelangelo's Mother and Son, a beautiful sculpture.
We then went to the only brewery left in town. All the rest brew their beer outside the main city center. We got a beer but could not see the view of the city as the tour which allows this meant we had to wait 40 minutes. So we passed.
The next stop... yes on a nice belly of beer... was to walk up the bell tower... Over 300 steps... Yay. ...