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... water. Remnant medieval city gates and a tree lined walk back to the station.
My boots literally began to fall apart. I still have hopes of salvaging them, but in the meantime, desperate for another pair. In the middle of Brugge, who'd have thought......a new pair of boots.
Returning to the apartment in the late evening, met an english group we'd met the previous day at the top of the Belfry.
... place. We hadn't really researched the road rules in regards to sleeping in the van and where it is allowed. This was proven as we drove around the outskirts of Bruge for around an hour trying to hide ourselves behind trees. We eventually found a suitable place which was opposite to the gates of the Canadian Army museum (Canadian troops defended Belgium during the WW2) Like many of the troops during the early 1940's we drifted off to sleep next to a ...
... 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 ...
... wandering. We bought some waffles and walked along the canals for a while, checking out other squares, a 12th-century moated castle and various lanes and alleys. We sat down and enjoyed a beer in one of the medieval squares, and ended our day trip by taking a big mess of frites down to a canal and having a frites picnic. (Waffles and frites for lunch is always appropriate.) We loved Ghent, and were sad to go--but then it started raining on our long ...
... by the enormity of the task, Rick and I searched until we found the ultimate, best chocolate store (with help from Rick Steves). The many varied chocolate sculptures are magnificent. Since before Thanksgiving, we have been looking for turkey and dressing for dinner (apparently turkey is served only at Christmas) ... so this is all we were able to find. Oh, break ...