Bed and Breakfast Het Consulaat
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... modern day Ypres. The first Last Post ceremony sounded on 1 July 1928. It has sounded faithfully ever since, with the exception of the period of the German occupation during the Second World War. It resumed on 6 September 1944. During its almost 90 years of existence it has been attended by many veterans and their families - and one Belgian bugler has recorded 64 years of unpaid 'service' at the service. The names of all the known soldiers who lost their ...
... a drunken sailor.
It was a lovely day (cue TORRENTIAL RAIN). We meander about and see the main sights before have a few drinks in the hostel bar and wandering the streets. When we hit the main square we stumble across a light and dramatic classical music show in the grand square.
The following day we stop at Ghent on the way to Brugge. Of course we get food and more beers and linger over a long ...
... bars... dutch singing to ymca and lion king.. and a drinking game where u have to hammer nails into a tree stump..a bit strange but great atmosphere.. i saw a toy being sold by one of the vendors that we used to play with as kids so i had to buy it for luca.. russian mother & babies (sounds strange but see pic)
Anyways if anyone is ever in Belgium go to Bruges!!!!!!!! you will not be disapointed.
next stop: Cologne, Germany
... not needing the BIG COAT for the entire time in Brussels, I'm soon regretting leaving it behind, because the cooler weather has definitely set in, but I don't plan to be out too late, so there's no going back, I've probably only got an hour of daylight left.
Bruges is tiny and very easy to get around, and before long I find some key spots - The Burg, The Markt, where lives the ...
... I think that in our two days there we were able to see everything that we wanted to see in such a small time – we made the most of every minute that we were there. We explored every inch of the city, straying down alleyways and tiny little streets. We sat and people-watched – a favourite hobby. And most importantly, Mr Fletche and I enjoyed experiencing this city ...