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Tea of baguettes was squeezed in between a rehearsal / sound check, and the performance, and the Brugge choir ferried us back to the hostel in their own cars to save us the 30 minute walk - and it was much appreciated . Suffice to say everyone was tired... but not too tired for the boys to do some much needed washing (photogrsphic evidence attached).
But now I'm the last man standing (sitting) at 11.30pm in the hostel lobby (the only place with ...
... both languages were fairly prevalent.
The three things Brugge is famous for were hard to miss: chocolate, beer and lace. The window displays are filled with delicious treats and marzipan - a visual feast that acts as quite the temptress. Needless to say it did not take us long to visit a chocolatier, and there were no hesitations in ordering a ‘Duval’ (Devil in Flemish - at 8% I ...
... recommended it as a cheap but filling meal and he was definitely right! The first stop after lunch was the square with every type of architecture since the Middle Ages. Every building had a different design yet they were all beautiful. Within the square was the church of holy blood. It sounds like a strange name until I heard that it holds (supposedly) a vile of Jesus blood that someone collected from his body after he came off the cross. I gave my offering so I ...
... in Herefordshire and my old peeing ground - Little Dilwyn Farmhouse - next Thursday, May the 22nd. I can't wait - can you imagine two years in a shoe box on wheels with these two but I could tell you some revealing stories !!!!!!!! One dog biscuit and I'm all yours.
I'm sad to write that this is my final blog - it's time to move on - back to reality.
I've decided that it's best not to offer advice about where to go or what to see or what ...
... limited on the ground floors. We didnt find out till we checked through that there were some better options upstairs including a little pub with nice fat bockwurst which was annoying as we put up with a terrible cake and coffee combo for 5.90 euro and 4.90 euro for a chewy roll from downstairs.
Easy Jet's lounge was a room with a couple of chairs and looked like a cattle yard. We had to wait ages on our feet quite close to lots of ...