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... my-arm-put-it-aroun d-Ally’s-shoulder-move’ was more overtly daggy.
We then strolled back towards home, passing through a Tango dance exhibition and resisting the urge to show-off with our skills (*cough cough* - they are pretty rusty and have been retired since 2005). What else can I say? A great day in an endearing little town. Next stop - Brussels.
... other tourists - that I had not imagined. Totally cray-cray with people everywhere!
We spent the afternoon wandering around the streets and soaking up the sights and sounds. Let me tell you something for nothing - Brugge (and Belgium in general) is not a place to try and lose weight. Which is stating the obvious ...
... find the way back.
The path of the labyrinth is wide enough for a wheelchair so we were able to push Sunny thru, while she gave directions. Elias, Bel and Charlotte ran thru, back and forth between the dead ends. Dale and I got stuck and couldn’t find the way but we got to a place where they could see the top of our heads. By calling out (a little like Marco Polo) we found ...
... cars moved out of my way, I felt humbled. Into the garage where I managed to fill up with 29€ of unleaded.
Now that the bike was "fully packed" without an inch of spare space it was time to set the Garmin for Dunkirke. I used the co-ordinates supplied by DFDS , avoiding the motorway as we had an hour to get to the port, all of 18 miles.
The Garmin decided to take us to a remote piece of marshland miles ...
We docked at Zeebrugge (the port of Brugge) early in the morning and getting into the city took a bit of organising if you didn't want to be ripped off by the tour excursion company. Luckily there was a few like minded independent travellers and we bandied together to share taxi costs.
We went cycling again (surprise) and what a fantastic cycling culture we experienced. We joined a small tour with only 6 of us and ...