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... OK but not great,,,,Andy must get a little kick-back for referrals! We should have trusted our instincts and tried one of the more expensive bistros on the main square.
By the time we finished our lunch, I had registered 10,225 steps on my FitBit, and I managed to persuade Don that it would be a good idea to take a very expensive taxi back to the ship. Yea, Don!
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After the tour, I went to a bar that had beer on tap with samples that could be bought. I know one was strawberry, but I'm not sure what the other ones were. They were all very good!
... plan is to literally walk anywhere and everywhere to see as much as we can. First stop... Windmills. We followed the outer canal path round to the windmills. It was really windy this morning, and even more so when we were at the top of the hills admiring the mills! But at least it was dry and the sun was out in spells. We just wanted one nice photo, and thought it would be easy since it wasn't a major tourist hot spot.. But we had to wait ...
... take a look at his work. We were invited in for coffee and talked for well over an hour! We only saw a few of his paintings but I guess if we wanted to purchase, we could source online. They were happy to have guests from down south to chat with for a change and indicated that they were seriously considering relocating. We stroll the streets toward a brewery for a tour, but need to come back ...
... knowing his statue of David and the Pieta, the Madonna and Child is a modest piece. Still, Jesus's chubby baby legs and the soft folds of the Madonna's gown were still impressive. We had wanted to see the Gruuthuse Museum, but it was closed. The courtyard was still something to behold on its own.
On our walk through the streets we ducked into ...