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On the final day of this leg of the cruise, the ship was docked in Zeebrugge, an industrial port. The good thing about this port is that it is a 20 minute taxi ride away from Bruges (also known as Brugge in Flemish), one of the cutest towns anywhere! To walk in the old town is to be transported back to the Middle Ages, when Bruges was one ...
... back and do all of that. So I rode the bus with all the old people instead!
A warm afternoon in Brugge is still a nice one, especially for sitting in the shade along a canal enjoying some ice cream. I also stopped back in at the Basilica of the Holy Blood and toured the treasury portion this time. This is where they keep the fancy thing that the Holy Blood relic goes in when it goes out on procession. The relic ...
... with WC in the bathroom.
We celebrated Glenys and Lindsay's birthdays on Saturday 19th at a great new local restaurant highly recommended by the Lady who owned an amazingly popular icecream shop called Da Vinci's. Sunday we had organised a tour to Flanders Fields. This was a long day as we stayed on for the Last Post which is played every night at 8.00pm at the Archway called Menin ...
... pleasure in dismantling England’s football team ahead of the World Cup.
It should not take the exploits of Lukaku, Hazard, Benteke and co to put this country on the map though. And fortunately, for me, it didn’t.
... floor which has been modernised yet retains character. The owners have done a marvellous job with the B&B interior. In the bathroom you can look out an original round window over pointy roof tops or if lying in the continental bath you can view the ancient chimney of the house through a large modern sky light window.
Being a continental bath you have a hand held shower attached to rinse your hair etc, so there is no stand up shower ...