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... Sent off a quick email to Air Seychelles to let them know I had it, photo for Facebook, and as I now had 3 hours till my train departed, I figured I'd head off to see that cathedral. It is a lovely cathedral but very plain. Its huge and has massive imposing columns but very little art work. I guess the french aren't as showy as the italians. To be fair this church has been destroyed twice. Once in WW1 when 3 quarters of it was destroyed, rebuilt between 1920 and 1934, ...
Because the original tour began in London, many people in our group decided there was no need to come full circle and to stay an extra few days in our last city- meaning Amsterdam. Therefore, this morning's departure to London was severely depressing as we were already forced to begin saying our goodbyes. I think the hardest part is realizing how much of an impact each and every person has on one another's life. I think of all the wonderful people I've ...
... from Canada and were laughing and constantly saying 'no problem.' So out of embarrassment I had the waitress send a beer over to the young Canadian, he got just before they were leaving and the four of them downed it in about 30 seconds. Robyn says how did you drink it so fast, I responded 'they're Canadian, it is like drinking water.'
After dinner we found a bar called De Garre that was hidden down an alley ...
... from the States. The fries were so good and we enjoyed them with a new beer.
Right now we have the possibility of being in bed by eleven. We are going to take advantage of it.
# of countries: 9
# of cities: 25
# of planes: 3
# of trains: 27
... reserved for Belgian chocolate and beer.
Although I am a little grumpy from my cold toes and one pair of jeans that are never quite dry, I can't deny that even in the rain, the medieval town of Bruges is charming, romantic and probably the most adorable place I have visited.
The dreary weather gave us an excuse to slip inside the chocolate shops and indulge ...