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Today was the last day of the Backroads adventure and ended with a short/relaxing ride prior to saying our goodbyes. After a nice breakfast we all got on our bikes for a ride through Bruges. In started so nice, beautiful morning, sun shining and all our group sticking together and riding as a true group of friends that we have become. Right as the ride started someone pointed out that my shoelace was untied. Since I switched to my gym shoes, forgot to double knot/tuck them in and did ...
Hello or Hallo in flemish,
From Amsterdam to Brugge was an easy 3 hour trip by fast train with a change at Brussels. The Europeans really do know how to travel. More comfortable than an aeroplane in terms of seating and free wifi on board. We both managed to both check email and watch the scenery go by. Very flat, lots of farming and glass houses, acres and acres of them.
The old city of Brugge is a sensationally picturesque place. Brugge ...
... a quagmire, the modern equivalents are deployed more and more frequently.)
My dinner was a luscious herring and salmon dinner served under the canopy at a Restaurant Central Bruges, which sits directly on the Markt. About halfway through my meal, I watched the unwary crowds scuttle about in a brief but heavy rain shower.
On Wednesday, Paris.
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... after 10.00 in the evening. The trains were fairly kind to us, and the trusty European timetable came in extremely handy, although, on route, we ended up paying over the odds for a reservation on the high speed train to Brussels. Of course, had John decided to come for the full length of the trip we wouldn't have had these problems, but I won't hold it against him just because he's an awkward bugger ...
We arrived to Brugge railway station about 9,30 am. The Market Square, which was our first target, lies about 1 Km. A good number of tourist were taking the same route, but the way is very easy and without any lost: going up the Oostmeers street, which we find once crossed the motorway and the old moat, up to the cathedral. Just beginning to walk —even before than Oostmeers can be properly called a street—, we see by rear a row of buildings ...