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We have liked Amsterdam, but not loved it. Just when we get the public transport system sorted, it is time to leave!
I am writing this as we travel to Bruges today by train. 1st class is a lovely way to travel...no waiting, no queues, free wi-fi (even though it hasn't worked very well once the train got full), free drinks and snacks, comfy seats, views of the ...
... we saw. It was fun to see her so giddy! We are serious when we say that the whole city is straight out of a children's book. Ivy growing all over little 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th century houses, spectacular chapels on what seems like every corner, and cobblestone streets criss-crossing the canal that make you feel like you've gone back in time.
We knew rain would come later in the day, so while we still had a bit of sun we went right for a boat tour! ...
... who were on our bus from Paris. I also spoke to a Dutch guy (can’t remember his name), who was laughing at the way the beer-tasting-girl was pronouncing the names of the beers. Apparently they were quite wrong. He tried to teach me the correct way of saying “Hoegaarden” (as you can imagine, people who speak English as a first language would say this in an interesting way haha), but failed. Dutch is ridiculously ************ounce and learn!
... relic of Holy Blood that is said to have been collected by Joseph of Arimethea when he cleaned Christ's body after the crucifixion. The relic of blood was brought by Thierry of Alsace after it was presented to him in Jerusalem during the second crusade. The blood is sealed inside a phial made of rock crystal and then is inside a jeweled golden box. You cannot see the phial so I can't verify ...
... not done it justice. The Belfort was a complete change of pace, but just as enjoyable. The Belfort is Ghent's UNESCO World Heritage belfry, a dragon-topped behemoth from the 14th century. We climbed to its top, and the views from above really crystallized for us what a medieval gem Ghent is. We also enjoyed visiting past incarnations of the dragon weathervane on one of the belfry's landings.
After visiting those two top-rated highlights, ...