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... the ride and packed up and headed to lunch. Enjoyed one final lunch together then needed to say goodbyes and we left for the train station. Train ride to Brussels was very nice - both for the ride and processing all the wonderful people and adventures that was just completed. Arrived at the train station and realized the roads once again were really confusing. Walked a good distance in the wrong direction through the city with all my luggage until I found a subway station - then I ...
In the 15th century, Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, set up court in Bruges, as well as Brussels and Lille, attracting a number of artists, bankers, and other prominent personalities from all over Europe.
... a year in what is known as the 'iron harvest'. Sites that we visited included: Tyne Cot Cemetery and Memorial Wall- the largest of the Commonwealth cemeteries with almost 12000 soilders buried there. Polygon wood memorial- Here there was a memorial to the Australian 5th division and the New Zealand division. Hill 60 preserved battlefield (Messines): Here we saw large craters and a ...
... of free pints to enjoy in their classy bar.
Having a lovely time, we practically skipped along the river then literally rolled amongst the daisies under the beautiful green canopies of the riverside ancient trees.
To finish of our magical day we enjoyed a tasty three course Flemish meal and beers at a quirky little family restaurant we discovered in a cobblestone square near the brewery.
Today was a good day.
Left Ieper on the train and Nieke met us in Brugge. A really lovely old town with much history, churches, canals and chocolate shops. One of the old buildings was a facility used by single women. (those who didn't want to marry or become a nun) It was enclosed within a high stone wall and gates were closed each night at 6pm for the women's protection. There was a similar place in Antwerp but that was for women who had no male to look after ...