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... and their histories. We started in the Markt and made our way to the Basilica of the Holy Blood. Within this beautiful cathedral there is a room that houses a (now replica) vial of Christ's blood. This vial is paraded through town once a year. Two euros to see the vial that was brought back by a Flemish soldier around 1150 wasn't too bad, and it was an interesting story.
Next we went into the lobby of the Crowne Plaza Hotel and asked to see their basement. We ...
... row of quaint homes, retail small or large and restaurants, eateries galore.One never gets lost, just look for the famous "Belfry" and head in that direction. The most important of Bruges’ towers stands 83 metres tall. It houses a treasure-chamber, an impressive clock mechanism and a carillon with 47 silvertoned bells. Your reward after a climb up the tower’s 366 stairs is a breathtaking and ...
... is making me hungry, so I consult the list I made at breakfast for the name of the waffle shop in Brugge, at least according to Lonely Planet. For 3 euros, I get a waffle that's crisp on the outside, warm and chewy on the inside, drenched in chocolate sauce. I sit in the restaurant's street level dormer window, savoring every bite.
After I've used up several napkins wiping the chocolate off my face, ...
... although sad to leave, is keen to remove Master from the temptations of the public bar and his ever increasing resemblance to a retired sumo wrestler. I have a strong suspicion that Mister's waistline will be subject to daily scrutiny as we again venture under the channel.
This year we are heading to central and eastern Europe then south to the heal and toe of Italy and eventually to Sicily for Christmas. The roles are much the same - Mistress, ...
Really great day today. Have purchased a travel card for 5 euros each that allows us to travel on the trams and buses all day. We caught a tram to Oostende then a train to Brugge
Brugge is a beautiful city. It has canals and lovely walks around the city. We walked around for hours and took loads of photos. These photos describe the views better than I ever could. We watched a man order ...