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... and then made our way back to attempt to get to sleep at a reasonable time.
Only Mark could sleep as the rest of us were completely wired from our earlier naps. However, he was woken up by Mac and Josie's giggling and a pounding headache. It also didn't help that the room was hot. We opened the window wide for him and things got better for all of us. But it was a long, sleepless night.
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... we found lunch, what we thought was a small cafe but turned out to be massive as every corner you turned it opened up to more tables. Lunch was again pretty good and fairly cheap which is always nice. We got to try typical Belgium food- an uitsmijter (open ham sandwich with fried egg), and a bolognaise croquet (ham and cheese toasted sandwich topped with bolognaise). More walking was in order and we thought about ...
... a Thursday lunchtime. The good thing about it being down such a narrow ally, is you can cling onto the wall when you stagger out of the bar! I headed back to the hostel and then went out for what was the penultimate #TigersOnTour! Brugge were playing Helsinki in the Europa league group stages! The same Helsinki team I saw in a thrilling 3-3 draw with Rapid Vienna, which enabled them to qualify for the tournament! Now Belgium is a place full of great beer, but unfortunately not at ...
... and I didn't feel like dealing with the crowds.
Due to the heat a significant thirst for another beer had developed so I decided I'd reward myself with a brew in a random Parisian bar once I had completed my only admin task for the day: purchasing some shower gel, or by the way better French name - gel douche. The fact that douches = shower has given me several immature chuckles. I know, you can thank me for that gem later.
Right so I found ...
In the 15th century, Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, set up court in Bruges, as well as Brussels and Lille, attracting a number of artists, bankers, and other prominent personalities from all over Europe.