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... during the afternoon. On board once again we had a drink on deck where Carlos, Peter and Albert conferred over the total kilometres ridden, which added up to be 548km and a huge effort. Then everyone freshened up before sitting down to our last amazing meal cooked by Rick. It consisted of asparagus vol-au-vents, and roast lamb with potatoes au gratin and both delicious salad (always with toasted pine nuts and capers, red wine dressing) and a dessert of apple ...
... race! Had to get back to the rental office in time. I took the high road along the beach and Toby took the main streets. We met back up half way and started swerving around beach goers and random sculptures that looked like crumpled coke cans. Jumping down the stair way that led to the finish line. Returning the karts safe and sound. The evening was a success, got in some exercise, had a few drinks and looked like complete fools the perfect end to a fantastical day.
... for boats. Finally a ride into the city (Bruges) to our hotel. I was able to take a walk through the city - lots of tourists; had a beer and then enjoyed a walking tour of the city center. The night ended with a dinner at a lovely restaurant with wonderful food and of course beer - Belgium Blonde Beer was delicious, so was the ...
Travelling from Amsterdam to Brussels (Belgium) was nice. Around 2 hours on the high speed train and in first class. The food was better than some of the cafés we've eaten in! I had rabbit terrine and kayla had an eggplant and vegetable stack! We arrived in Brussels and were staying out of town about 15 minutes walk. We must have picked a dud location because the streets were a bit slummy and we stuck out like sore thumbs ...
... strange sauce with raw onions on top- which was apparently amazing!
After this it started to rain quite hard and so we decided to do more touristy things starting with a 4D experience of Bruges in the 1500's. So we entered and followed an artists apprentice through the meeting of a model and a parrot through to the production of a famous Bruges painting.. it sounds pretty odd and let me assure you it was- but still interesting.. and yet ...