Huis 't Schaep
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... clothing. Would like to think it was a former marine with a good sense of humor that gave it that name. Another store I've seen all over europe is Claire's. They're quite prevalent. Didn't think a tiny little jewelry/accessory store for girls that I have only ever seen at the Hutchinson mall would be one of the most prolific stores in europe, but it is.
Went over to gare de lille-flandres station, got on train headed to bruges. Crossed boarder ...
... The beer was so good that we decided to have another. We might be stopping by there once or twice more before we depart! Lunch was at a little restaurant across the square. Johnny had a tasty curry chicken sandwich and I dived right into a bucket of mussels from Brussels... or Bruges I guess. They were steamed in white wine and were delicious. And, of course our meals came with frites! And, another beer from the brewery across the square, of course. ...
... well – sprinkled) on Peter and I from family via email and managed a skype connection with Adrian and family.
The day improved steadily to sunshine having burnt off most of the mist by about 2pm. The volume of tourists increased incrementally with the improvement in the weather so that by about 12 noon, the
Given the ship was sailing at 4pm, we had to be back on board by 3:30pm so we ...
... it's not actually part of a church, but also very beautiful. Horses pulled carriages full of tourists around the town. Canal boats were busily taking tour groups through the 39 bridges on the canal, some full of stalactites and moss. Bruges is a real storybook village that almost looks too good to be true and listening to the locals chat away in their clunky Flemish where every word seems to end in '...unken' is a bit of an eye ...
... with no actual political power. The Doge was elected from the eldest of the wealthy Venetian families, and once elected served until death and was only allowed to leave the palace when given permission. Hence the enormity of the palace, which also housed the government offices and courts. A short walk from the courtrooms over the Bridge of Sighs took us to the old prison, which housed both civil and criminal prisoners. The bridge got its name from the story of convicted men ...