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We arrived in Brugge on Saturday morning and checked into our amazing little apartment. A lot of the accommodation here is apartment lets and we really lucked out! 1600 sq ft of lovely space to call home while we're here. Doesn't feel like a hotel holiday.
We we shot out immediately to see the sights, but sometimes the sights are right around the corner in a shop...there seems to be a recurring theme here...but it is SO tempting.
... significantly from earlier representations of the same subject,
which tended to feature a pious Virgin smiling down on an infant held
in her arms. Instead, Jesus stands upright, almost unsupported, only
... for right? Yeah, waffles. So guess what lunch was....check the obligatory food shot.
Afterward we traveled the back streets to a cloister, saw where the poor lived, checked out canals. We tried to see Saint Salvador's Cathedral but it was closed. We then went to The Church of Our Lady and we only were able to see part of it because of renovations. Not a good church day for us. So we wandered some of the streets and poked our noses into the shops ...
... so we gave up on that too. For lunch we found a little restaurant near the Markt and had coffee and Belgian waffles.
The whole town was very clean with no litter to be seen and the buildings were all old-fashioned with very few modern looking buildings, the town itself didn't have many cars as most people got around by either walking, going on the horse and tram or ...
... but a pretty funny potted history of the humble spud and how they eventually come up with the fried 'chip' (a national icon on every street corner). A quick sampling of the twice fried delicacy was had before we made our way back out into the slightly more constant rain again. The next stop was the 2b emporium which houses a cellar containing far too many beer varieties to count and an equally impressive 'Wall of Beer' outside, all complete with matching ...