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... the exit gate, the entry gate allows one person to start the climb. In the movie, there was no line up and they went straight in!
Yesterday, we had gone up the Belfry in Ghent, at 299 feet high it’s slightly higher, but I don’t think the viewing level is as high as in Bruges. Perhaps the Bruges one just seemed higher because you had to walk up the narrow and steep winding staircase, while in Ghent access was by a “lift”.
We are in the Low Countries now ( Belgium and after that, The Netherlands) and enjoying great weather thus far. Our first Eurostar journey was a success. We found the rail trip much more comfortable than a flight and easier at both ends (London & Brugge).
Our taxi driver in London was a real character. He knew every back road imaginable to St Pancras train station and on the way he entertained us with his list of the top 6 reasons for Brighton being on the map. One, ...
... then travel along the canal to Brugge. It was only 5pm but we had worked up quite an appetite cycling, so after looking through the town found some dinner. Again our options were limited with many being closed. However, we stumbled up quite a gem. We ended up going into a pancake restaurant. We each had a savoury, followed by a sweet pancake for dinner, washed down with a beer and then a hot drink. Delicious and all for a bargain €45! Mostly ...
... the opening seen, although the dog wasn't there today! We then saw the hotel window Colin Farrell escapes from! Then came my favorite part of the tour! We went into a local chocolate shop and got some free samples, and then to the beer museum for a break, just as the rain had started too! I went for an Arthur's Legacy. This is a limited edition and only 600 liter's will ever be made! Finally we saw the Belfry Tower. This is actually leaning 1.5 meters to the left. Either that or ...
... was such a beautiful city. Full of paved streets and red brick houses- it was picturesque. The river running through it was framed with flowers, willow, and passing cyclists. The sun had appeared so we decided to walk along the water to get in to town, passing a couple of landmark churches along the way. It was a great idea. All along our walk we passed tents and standing tables, filled with locals and tourists sipping wines and beers. The ...