Huis 't Schaep
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... warm and dry.
Yesterday we wandered through parts of the city we've not been to yet and discovered another little treasure -The Beguinage. It was established in 1245 and is home to nuns of the Order of Saint Benedict. The public can peek inside but silence is required at all times in the large grounds, which are planted with trees, lined with manicured garden beds and accessed by a bridge over the canals. Our pals on the train said it ...
... the only sculpture by
Michelangelo to leave Italy during his lifetime. It was bought by
Giovanni and Alessandro Moscheroni (Mouscron), from a family of wealthy
cloth merchants in Bruges, then one of the leading ...
... church was while excavating a part of the church, they found old tombs that went back to the 11th century. This was amazing. They left them where they were (after emptying the contents) and covered them with glass. You could see the frescoes on the inside of the tombs. The colours just as vivid as they were centuries ago.
After this we went to the only brewery still inside the old city. We had a tour there of how the beer is made and then followed it up ...
... It looked like the midway in my hometown's fair (the largest county fair in the state of Michigan), but smaller and compacted. It was interesting to see the differences.
We checked into the hotel and took a break, got our bearings on the city and what was on our list. At about 3:30, we left the hotel. We walked down the main shopping street that connected our hotel to the city center. Our first attraction was the Historium, a museum ...
... them at the top. Impressed by the lakes and canals on our morning ride we walked back to the Lake of Love and enjoyed yet another helping of Friets as we watched carriages pulled by horses lugging tourists around. After a bit of shopping in town we sat down to enjoy a slightly more traditional meal of rabbit stew and moules (mussels) before heading once again back to the B&B to sleep before our trip back to the capital the following morning.