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... was presented in a very interactive way. I read a little sign in one of the town centres that spoke of the devastation to Belgium and it's people during WWI. In 1915, over 5,000 Belgians fled to France for safety from the Germans. In 1919, only 500 returned and of those 79 left as they couldn't handle what they had returned to - their beautiful village had been levelled. We visited Hill 62 today - wow. Josh ...
... also full of stores; clothing, shoes, kitchen gadgets, you name it they've got it. And it's high end version as well. And it is packed with tourists, which can make moving around tough, but it's just so damn cute you can't even be upset about it. And if you are, just sit down and have a beer. There is a cafe/pub every two feet with lovely umbrella'd tables. Or have a waffle. They are amazing here. Crispy AND chewy, delicious. We spent a lot of time having a beer ...
... tower. The Belfort had 366 steps leading to the top which was 83 meters off the ground. The views from the top were absolutely amazing, you could see the entire city and even way past the city. It was so windy up there, though, that none of us could actually stand up straight.
The Burg Square has the Stadhuis (State House of Bruges) and the Basilica of the Holy Blood. In the Basilica is a relic of the Holy Blood that ...
... you to continue wading through the increasing stacks of burnt red autumn leaves that fall like snow from the huge trees above. As the sunlight pierced through the rushing clouds, bringing a new lease of life to the monumental towers that pierce the skyline, even the carnival of African drummers partying away in my head began to recede, if only fleetingly.
I had planned to visit the belfry on my last day, as the Saturday queues had been so long I ...
... Bruges – it was pretty much flat, green lands with rivers, canals, and the occasional lake. There were small towns and villages filled with houses that looked like old cottages out of a painting, or just houses built at least 50 years ago that looked quite weathered.
After arriving at the Bruges train station, we were picked up shortly after that by our AirBnB host, Kurt. We really appreciated the pick-up and not having to worry about trying ...
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