La Maison Zenasni
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... First thing was we say Michelangelo's Mother and Son, a beautiful sculpture.
We then went to the only brewery left in town. All the rest brew their beer outside the main city center. We got a beer but could not see the view of the city as the tour which allows this meant we had to wait 40 minutes. So we passed.
The next stop... yes on a nice belly of beer... was to walk up the bell tower... Over 300 steps... Yay. ...
... and new connections with
the sea were built, but without much success, as Antwerp became
increasingly dominant. Bruges became impoverished and gradually faded in
importance; its population dwindling from 200,000 ...
... dish or tipple, but we were not leaving without filling up on cheap diesel first. Who says the English don’t appreciate European culture?
The next 80 miles were familiar to us, as they had been driven 8 days earlier just in the opposite direction. With a 15km tunnel under her belt Nikki was cured. Or was she? Snoop made a huge mistake. He had two options as we approached Brussels, continue on the motorway ...
... and entered Stadhuis, to see if the museum was open, or closed because of the wedding. We walked around some of the shops, bought lace and postcards, and returned to the center. In front of Stadhuis, there was a '65 Mustang waiting to pick up the newly married couple.
We got a quick lunch, then headed back to the hotel. Anita, my grandpa's secretary from when he worked in Brugge, came to pick us up. With her, we drove to where ...
Imagine yourself walking along a tree lined pathway; birds are chirping and the sun is shining through the branches. People are riding bikes, strolling along beside you, and taking in the beauty. After a few minutes, you see historic houses with slight hints of French and farming influences that make it seem as though time has stood still. As you reach the end of the road, you see an array of geese floating in a narrow canal surrounded by cafes, petite ...