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... somehow ended up at Pizza Hut. We began the morning with some waffles covered in strawberries, chocolate and ice cream made fresh from a little van. As we walked around we went and saw all the places listed on the tourist map before stumbling onto a big market. We didn't care much for the antiques but we had a delicious big fat sausage and some Belgium fries (they invented the French Fries) covered in beef stew, the traditional way. From there ...
Well needless to say.. we were not feeling all that great- still had energy to sass Suzie and Katie though (Katie had woken up with no pants on and couldn't work out how that occurred..)
We fortunately.. or perhaps unfortunately ran into our friends from the night before and poor Suzie looked mortified.. I personally loved every moment though.
We then headed into the city centre for some Belgian famous waffles and they did not disappoint! We actually ...
... of a venerated phial said to contain a cloth with blood of Jesus
Christ, brought to the city by Thierry of Alsace after the 12th century Second
Crusade. Each year there is a reenactment in the city of a woman wiping
the blood from Jesus’s face as he stumbled carrying the cross. Being it
was Sunday, a mass was in progress so there was limited access to the Basilica.
After the Basilica we bought
tickets for a short 30 minute boat ...
"f'n Brugge" - if you haven't seen the black comedy movie called "Brugge", you may be a little confused about this title. It's worth getting out on DVD, but be warned the characters use the "f" word so many times that you end up laughing at its over use!!!
To do something totally different to the Flanders Fields battlefield sites, we headed for the beautiful Belgian city of Brugges, just a few hours to the north for ...
Midway through our meal, a group of 4 young looking men (high school or maybe college-age) came in and sat at the table next to us. We got to talking to them to find that they were on holiday from Switzerland and just had wanted to see Bruges. They were very polite and fun to talk to.
We were at the restaurant for easily a couple of hours and thoroughly enjoyed the food, the staff and the company.