Huis 't Schaep
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... many by Memling. They left the space open, with its arched ceiling, pillars, and old walls--not your typical museum. They also provided little folding chairs, which let one sit and study a painting, or listen to our guide. That, as Martha would say, is a good thing!
We walked down the street and over a canal to an artisanal chocolaterie, Sukerbuyc's. There the owner proudly showed us how they handle their chocolate and make their small but delicious pralines--not ...
... hand sewn lace and more chocolate shops than you can count.
From the Burg, where we saw the gorgeous city hall, we walked along the Rozenhoedkaai which may be one of the most beautiful views. I think it makes the perfect postcard.
We paused for lunch and had the traditional Brugge lunch of mussels steamed in aromatics, french fries, and (of course) a local beer.
After that yummy lunch, we headed over to the Church of our Lady. This ...
... 20 windmills (all visible at the same time). When he saw all of the windmills, his face lit right up! He was experiencing a little slice of Heaven on Earth. I think his comment was "Now I really feel like I have been to Holland."
We all enjoyed the windmills, as it is certainly not something we see in the states at all and, as mentioned earlier, the weather was perfect.
We left the windmills and The Netherlands in the rear ...
... the Flanders' fields.
Apparently the term 'to chat' apparently came from the description that men in the trenches used to explain the removal or picking of life from their clothes. So next time you're 'chatting ' wit h someone, think twiceTomorrow we leave for France for two weeks and I'm sure that there will be plenty more to see and experience and appreciate.
As we are staying here in a hostel above a ...
... in Paris for long. And Laura needs a belt. We look on one street but then got distracted and wound up walking all the way out to the windmills. I didn't really fid. them very interesting, but walking through the residential areas was cool. Same cute little houses everywhere, cobblestones, etc. then we stopped for a drink in a cute local cafe. When we left it was raining again, but stopped shortly after so we got to wander some more. Then the sun came out and it ...