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We were able to sneak down to Bruge for a day, the city is UNESCO listed and has historic houses everywhere. We didn't do a lot here, just looking around the city was more then enough. A very nice place just to people watch, mainly tourist try to take the perfect shot. Being there on a Saturday, it was market day! Full of amazing goods, but most importantly WAFFLES! We would love a waffle maker for a welcome home ...
... She lamented about the waffle store 2 stores down because people come in with chocolate and whipped cream on their fingers and touch the beautiful lace pieces. She was clearly distressed about this. She explained that lace making is a nearly a lost art. Modern homes don't want to starch and iron pretty lace tablecloths, and the girls and boys of today don't want to make it. However there is a lace school here in Bruges and Lily wants to ...
After a good night's sleep and restful morning we caught the train to Brugge. We bought senior's tickets and without realizing any difference sat in first class. Another passenger disabused us of where we were not to be and we moved down the train to second class. Minna was horrified as she was never 'second class' before. It meant four seats across instead of three. For less than an ...
I am trying my hardest to find some attachment or love for Bruges, i have walked around 6/7 miles outside the city and around the Square. It is Market day today so as a tip try to be here Wednesdays or Saturday if you can. I had a lovely rack of ribs from a market vendor and took the Climb up the Belfort. Lots of video and photo info attached. I found my Brewery and did an interesting tour with Beer tasting at the end. Bruges has lots of little treats and ...
... way over, we picked up some frites and waffles, to enjoy Gavin's last night in Brussels.
Now, Gavin (and his cooking) has left me to fend for myself. I spent most of the day bumming around doing nothing. While it seems like a waste, this is the first lazy day I have really had while in Europe. It was well deserved. The week promises to be packed and followed by 5 days in south France! So, I promise to take it easy to gear up for my extended trip next week.