Huis 't Schaep
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... was consumed in the shadow of an impressive looking Cathedral, proper and plain. And it was better without the Nutella. Belgium knows waffles.
We decided on another free walking tour to get to know the pretty buildings a little better.Simon the local historian led us on a stroll around a city built on the wealth of merchants. Bruges is not a fan of the French. Or Maximilian. Or Ghent. But especially the French. This place had its golden age before ...
... side is green and fresh. We arrive, unload our ever swelling baggage and find a taxi. Bruge is lovely.......just lovely. I can see why people fall in love with this place. The small winding cobblestone streets, the 17th and 18th century architecture, the winding canals........the beer (maybe less the beer and more the city itself). We find our apartment and meet Maud our host. The apartment ...
... lining is starting to feel a little damp, and I remember that the clerk only promised me rain-resistant, not rain-proof. I begin to envy the tourists who walk underneath wide, sheltering, golf-style umbrellas, and ask Lorne how much farther we have to go.
We duck under a restaurant canopy, its outdoor tables deserted. "It has to be around here somewhere," he says, ...
... life is the plan.
Our hotel is one little plaza from Market Square in the heart of the city. Some historical highlights around the square include the 12th century belfry, (to the R in photo below) which Amy and the kids climbed to the top of - 312 steps!! (Pic from Wikipedia).We took a small bus tour of the city with guidance via earphones. Very informative and we discovered places to which we would like to return on foot and did ...
... European destination.
Dennis and I took the train from Brussels to Bruges on May 1 (Day 127), stopping for the day in Ghent, which is another incredibly appealing and scenic canal city. The weather was warmish, the sun was out, and the canals and cobblestone streets were lined with cute medieval buildings. Unfortunately, the canals and streets were also lined with masses of tourists. Ghent is supposed to be the under-the-radar counterpart ...