Huis 't Schaep
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... town must have looked like centuries ago. Further north we found typical European windmills - as lovely as can be! We climbed to the top of one and found yet another spectacular view. The night was beginning to fall at this point and we lazily attempted to find our way back to a cute little restaurant we previously picked out near our house. I say "lazily" only because we really didn't care where we ended up - there was almost a hope inside us that we'd get lost ...
... go back in a heartbeat. I would have loved to have explored the countryside, and some other Belgian cities, but there’s only so much you can do in one full day. I’ll be back one day to once again delight my tastebuds with delicate pastries filled with custard and topped with fresh raspberries, crispy, yet fluffy frites served with a mix of tomato sauce, mayonnaise and raw onion (yum), and amazing varieties of beers. Until next time Brugge, we’re on to ...
... is family owned and currently is run by the great-great-grandson and his mother of the founder. The tour itself is not much because it is a small brewery, it was fascinating seeing a lot of the older equipment that is no longer used. Our tour guide was a young woman from Alaska named Maggie who had been living in Belgium for about a year after meeting her future fiancÚ while working on her masters. She was obviously ...
Our next Stop was Bruge. We headed north on the train for about an hour. From the train station the instructions were to get on the city circle bus and then ask the bus driver when to get off…. There was a luggage rack next to were I was standing, I put my backpack in it, as the bus emptied I sat down, then got off the bus, I didn't realize I had forgotten the day pack until I went to put into my locker at the hostel. Whoops… With me in a bit of a panic and Erin ...
Waking up at 7:30 without the sun was not fun. I forgot about that because the sun rose at the same time every day in Quito and we did not have daylight savings. We had a quick breakfast and made the cold walk to the train station. Today we took the recommendation of pretty much everyone who had been to Belgium and made our way to a town northwest of Brussels called Bruges (Brugge).
An hour and a half later we walked from the train station and ...