Bed and Breakfast Het Consulaat
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I smile at the irony that I originally planned this solo trip around Brugge to have a break from touring war monuments. Now, I've discovered one that I'm sure Lorne isn't even aware of.
As I walk back to the hotel, I realize that I've appreciated today's long elastic. But now, I'm looking forward to a relaxing evening, sharing our individual discoveries together over a good beer and a tasty dinner.
... Sahara. There were many sobering photos and stories in the museum. It reminds us that there are no winners in war really. It's also hard to imagine that all of the beautiful countryside we have been driving through was the site of so many battles over the centuries.
The second site we visited in Flanders Field was the Tyne Cot Cemetery, where many of the dead from Great Britain, France, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, and even Egypt ...
Today we took the train West to Brugge. Once again, we had some trouble with the ticket machines not liking our credit cards, nevermind that they have a chip in them. It was a bit aggravating trying to find where to buy the tickets with cash, but ultimately we succeeded, buying not only today's round-trip set but those for tomorrow and Saturday as well, just to cut down on the hassle. It was also a bit of a bother trying to figure out which ...
... is accessible only by a very steep set of stairs. We spent a very fun few hours here, sampling some of the very extensive beer menu at the recommendation of the helpful waitress - Corinna managing two, Andrew three! Andrew said that after one beer, going down the stairs was tricky and he could see why they restrict the amount you can have, but after two beers, he found it easy to get down and felt like he could have ...
... canals, stone bridges, old Cathedrals that date back 300 years. Fancy boutiques and restaurants lined the streets. This place had an amsterdam kind of feel to it with all the canals, but minus the huge crowds of tourists. This was where I was to be spending my Christmas day, and was happy with this descision within minutes of arriving.
The four of us went to the main square, and with all this Belgian history, ...