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... biking for a while now, practicing around our neighborhood, so we got our bikes and got on our way.
Bruges has many bikers of all ages. Everyone rides a bike here, everyone. Bikes mix and mingle with cars, pedestrians and the occasional baby stroller. It's a little unnerving at times, but it all seems to work.
The first part of our ride to Damme included riding with the car traffic, but drivers were ...
... small local pub. We found one only to be ignored while sitting at the bar looking at their beer menu for five minutes. So we gave up and walked out. We ended up at another slightly bigger pub that had 10 beers on tap. We sat at the bar and drunk our way though most of them and it still only cost us €21. Being slightly drunk we thought it was a great time to weave our way through the streets back to the hotel for ...
... and Helsinki had pulled one back within 10 minutes. An excellent headed finish after good play out wide. The rest of the half remained a nervy affair, with Helsinki pushing for the winner they needed. The game was settled just 5 minutes from the end, with Brugge slotting one home into the bottom corner. The party had began. They nearly added to it in injury time, but while attempting to walk the ball in, the flag had gone up for offside, the 2nd time we were left celebrating ...
... br> In hindsight I was probably making it really obvious I had something of value in my pocket and my assumption that they would strike in congested areas where lots of people were packed together was erroneous.
At this point I really needed a beer so I had a pint and decided there were greater troubles that befall people every day and if I could get out of Europe having lost a ****** wallet and some cash I'd probably consider the trip a success!
... was published in Bruges by William Caxton. This is also the when Edward IV and Richard III of England spent time in exile here.
Decline after 1500
Bruges on the Ferraris map (around 1775)