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Today was one of those days that make you appreciate the ease of travel around Europe compared to the distances we travel in Australia.
This morning our day started with breakfast in Germany followed by lunch in the Netherlands, afternoon tea in France and dinner in Belgium! The time it takes us to drive from Proserpine to Rockhampton we drove through 4 different countries!
We spent today exploring this wonderful town of Bruge. Or Bruges. Or Brugge. Or Brugges. The poor town is confused as to how it's name is spelled. We'll go with Bruges. It's an absolutely adorable quaint historic shipping town with lots of beautiful buildings, canals, and cobbled streets. We parked our car outside the city proper at the main train station, and walked through a gorgeous park to get the city centre. We passed some really impressive churches (there are so many of those ...
... doing fine but not up for that many stairs. But for the first while we were there the carillon was playing all sorts of recognizable songs. We decided we were ready for morning tea so had coffee and a pancake at one of the restaurants looking out onto the Markt and just absorbed it all. The sky was looking very stormy and like rain but we were so lucky – it never did rain and by early afternoon the sun was shining.
We meandered around ...
... visited the small visitor centre with various interesting displays, while waiting for a guided tour of the Canadian and German trenches (which are still there) as well as a "subway" on the Canadian side. The subway is a 1.4 km long tunnel that was dug to bring men and supplies to the front line, undetected by the Germans.
One of the things I’ve been struck by on this trip is the vast amount of human effort, ingenuity, and creativity that has ...
"And now, the end is here
And so we face the final curtain."
Valkenburg - Camping De Bron - Mei 10th - 13th 2014.
As we passed over the border from Deutschand into de Nederland, I could see the hint of a smile on both Mijnheer's en Mevrouw's face but for different reasons. For Mevrouw, she has always loved the Dutch and Holland (cemented nearly 40 years ago when she had a Dutch boyfriend) - for Mijneer, lazily, it is much ...