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... use on the cruise) - however I had to msg Lisey for her birthday yesterday, see pics of baby Stitchy and see if Jye had received anymore mail. We had a lovely surprise Skype call from Jarnie, Jon and Jye. Later that afternoon we went for our massage at the day spa and then used the thermal pool. Ah I love cruising and relaxing. Tonight we planned to go to a restaurant with a set menu for dinner (trying to avoid ...
... like) you get a really strong smell of sewage. As in the rest of France and Europe that we have toured, the streets are cobblestone. Right now, as I write this, we are sitting in front of an old belfry waiting for the Glockenspiel. Apparently some little characters were supposed to come out an play music or something. I am not really sure. Anyways, I said that it was old. In Canada that would mean ...
... to try some of its famous beers. Detail #4: Way back when many who came to the city of Brugge discovered there were lunatics often walking the streets. Belgium has pretty strong beer, and these "lunatics" were actually just regular drunk people. There are now beers called "lunatic beers" or "brusezot," which translates to Brugge fool. Detail #6: Rachel told an old story of Brugge... Once there was an emperor who controlled much of ...
... finally found one.
We headed to the coast and drove right along the seafront for miles.
We could see remnants of the gun turrets , from Ostende to Dunkerque, where we found a war cemetery and had a look around.
Then onto Calais.
We thought we might change our ticket to sail a day early but it was going to cost another 70 odd pounds so we flagged that idea.
We drove around Calais and thought it was a dump. We had ...
... real, probably another sinus infection (or recurrence of the same one). Back at the hostel I ask the guy about healthcare prices in Belgium, and decide a doctor's visit is too expensive for what might clear up on its own. He gives me the location of a pharmacy open on Sunday, and I confirm what I suspected - no antibiotics without a prescription. The only medicine available to me does more or less the same thing as what I've ...