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... buy some of their delicacies to enjoy. We also paid a visit to the Antwerp Train Station, this station would have to be the most spectacular train station in the world and we were again mesmerised by its beauty this time.
Tonight we crossed back into Belgium from France and attended the Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres. The ceremony is at 8pm every night and ...
... friendly and welcoming, and cooked us a fabulous local meatball dish at their community centre, complete with "table beer" - a 1.5% beer that is traditionally served with meals. Kids sang a rousing rendition of Click go the Shears which had them all clicking along.
Still raining for the walk back to the hostel (it's about 2km each way, so we're getting plenty of exercise). Bed 11.30pm.
Bruges really is like walking into a fairy tale. It's almost too beautiful to be true, and at times it feels like you are walking around a custom, purpose built wonderland that was purely created for tourism. Yet, there is such a relaxed feel to the place. The canals, bridges, trees, parks, the stepped roofed houses, swans, cobbled streets, horse carriages …… you can’t help but be enchanted! Yes it’s touristy (almost as touristy as Disneyland!), but somehow ...
... that tomorrow morning. We returned to the town square for dinner. I had the mussel pot and chips (a must have we had been told), followed by waffles. Mmm, it was so good. We are now prepping for the start of our ride tomorrow, before heading out for a after-dark stroll through the town. My bike box has been successfully kragled (glued) and I have put M&M shoelaces on my cycling shoes! We are ready to go find the North Sea cycle ...
... was a lovely sight :).
The Historium is a good way to get a feel for Bruges in the year 1435. I enjoyed following the story of Jacob, an apprentice to painter Jan van Eyck, through the seven rooms.
I really enjoyed the Salvador Dali exhibit, his art and sculptures would fit in extremely well in MONA! Dali's signature colours are gold, mother-of-pearl and shocking pink and his themes include eroticism, death and ...