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... the outside of town, through pretty tree-covered paths and past majestical lakes (the Lake of Love in fact).
We stopped off for chocolate and banana waffles along the way (a specialty in Belgium) and found ourselves at a little cafe (Vero Caffe) in one of the back streets. Oh. My. God. The BEST double espresso we have had in a long time. It would rival the best places in Brisbane. ...
... rock classics on acoustic instruments and they were called “Blaas of Glory” Their act was totally tongue in cheek, “taking the Mickey” of all the traits of rock superstars, dress and actions.
Another group called “Fanfare a la Gueule du Ch'Val” were dressed in all kinds of fancy dress, again a great act, playing snatches of music from Classic to Egyptian type music, very well.
... and then returned to the boat to get some lunch, drink and pick up a couple of things. By the time we got back to the station, we had just missed a train, so we stopped to have a drink as Isi was rather thirsty with all this heat. For the first time Isi finished her drinks first as it is usually John who has 2 to her 1.
Ypres lived up to expectation, beautiful streets and buildings, public square with the buildings being very Dutch style.
... in Brugge at the right time to see this procession.
We hustled to get into an Italian restaurant, where we had another amazing dinner, as the crowds began to dissipate after the parade. Moments later, all the restaurants in town were full. After dinner, we tried to find some dubbel zoute drop (double salt licorice) but were shocked to find that there are rules in Belgium after all – dubbel zoute drop are not legally sold because of their salt ...
... I even found time for a bit of geocaching, the first proper session I have had in a while.
Bruges is very reminiscent of Welshpool, for all of you that have been there, in that the views down the canals reminded me a lot of the Montgomeryshire canal and my old walks down it with mum and dad when we went up to visit Nanna, which was nice. It had elements of Shrewsbury too, ...