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... talking with the barrista and she was very passionate about her coffee. She explained that some of the older residents have come and tried the coffee, hated it and never come back. But she was ok with that - her dream is to inspire the younger crowd to experience new coffee flavours and styles. In a city steeped with tradition, it is nice to see someone chasing their dreams with passion! Especially ...
... by close ties to a guild of
organized militia, comprising professionals and specialized units.
Militia men bought and maintained their own weapons and armour,
according to their family status and wealth.
... we need for a successful trip into Brugges. Our room is actually on the third floor and is a large attic room, complete with beams and a nice bathroom. It was pretty warm today so we went for a swim. This family is very nice and the parents speak English very well. Check out the pictures for this place.
It is located quite close to the city center just outside of the canal. The bus stops in front of the B&B so we park the car for the next few days and buy ...
... Our wanderings outside of town brought us to a series of four old windmills. We were actually able to climb up two of them. The wooden stairs were steep, slanted and scary. We ate our lunch under the first windmill while a brief rain shower passed. After leaving the last windmill it started to rain again. We took cover under a shelter by the river and John made a great discovery. Someone left a pack of 5 wrapped chocolate bars which were kind of like ...
... didn't take long to try our first sample, with Jono ordering the 'Brugge Zot' and I the cherry 'Kriek Boon'. More photos and walking through the quiet city and busy Markt Square we admired the Belfry Tower and the line up of horse and carriages waiting in the center.
We soon found that the food here was a bit out of our travel budget so found a very 'authentic' Irish pub to have a traditional Flemish stew complete with friets of course before wondering back ...