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... shop and tried to find the waffle place again. After this we went back to the brewery that we passed and did their tour. It was good but nothing new really. The cool thing about this brewery is that it is the last of 50+ brewery's that were in Brugge. From the brewery in the middle of town they now pump the beer 4 kms away to a bottling plant so that the big heavy trucks don't have to deal with the intercity roads that are ...
... all sold decadent chocolates, hard to find beer and intricate lace. We loved all of the music: brass bands were our favourite big and bold and beautiful, closely followed by the keyboarders and drummers. I could have spent the whole day shopping and exploring the streets but we had decided to climb the Belfort tower (a tower in town) before we left and so that is where we went. In the centre square in front of Belfort a market had appeared, ...
... into Erich Wolfgang Korngold's opera, Die tote Stadt (The Dead City).
Postcard showing the Cranenburg house
... in Belgium!
- Erwin – whilst we were trying to find De Garre, we turned down the wrong alley, and ran into Erwin. We got totally sucked in by his jibber jabber and little shop walls covered in postcards and paraphernalia people had sent him from all over the world. Mikey paid EUR 10 for a ****** dot matrix print out of our photo on a Bruges calendar, and a bad joke!! One of those you had to be there things, and also a unique momento!
... came south bringing their wares, whilst those from the south travelled north, all meeting in Brugge. It was home to many exotic trades. The artist Jan Van Eyke lived and worked there and received many commissions from wealthy patrons. We enjoyed the different shops , lace, chocolate and the beer halls. ...