La Maison Zenasni
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... from the fire brigade playing the last post to remember the commonwealth soldiers that passed through the gate on their way to the Western Front with thousands never to return. The people of Belgium hold Australians in very high regard and everywhere you go they make you feel welcome.
Tonight we stayed in Lille, France and we are off to explore the WW1 memorials in the morning.
We spotted a few windmills and dykes as we left The Netherlands and I have never seen so many bicycles in all my life- I am sure they must be free. We arrived in Brugge after lunch in glorious sunshine so went on a coatless walk about, could not believe it was nearly November as it reached 20 degrees. Lucy and Amy opted for Halloween costumes, I went for windmill sunglasses - Neil did not dress up. To Lucy's disappointment Belgium people did not seem to participate ...
So we are sitting on a train to Munich (via Frankfurt) as we begin to make our way down to Croatia. Which gives me some time to tap away at the keyboard and reflect on the past few days since we left Paris.
From Paris we went to Brugge - a beautiful little place in Belgium that has elements of a fairytale. Perhaps more normal if you live in Europe, but for us the cobblestones ...
Anyone who knows me knows that I am far from being the romantic type, but even for me, I have to admit, Bruges wooed me (especially the windmills!), and love was in the air!
We were helped along again by a magnificent accommodation (thanks AGAIN Airbnb). It was like our own little place. A 2 level converted garage completely separate from the main house, decorated with African artefacts and other homely nic-nacs, in a beautiful garden with deck chairs ...
... br> The canal cruise was okay but not as good as the one in Ghent - the boat was very full and there was not much commentary so you didn't really know what you were looking at. Bruges is just 16km from the North Sea.
I then wandered down Rozenhoedkaai and enjoyed the waterside view. The horse-drawn cabs were a constant sight - actually they were in the way a lot! I saw the Flemish Primitives (Jan van Eyck, Petrus Christus, ...