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Bruge is a quaint little town. I mean town, because if there is supposed to be more than 30K people here, it doesn't seem like it. We walked around yesterday & checked out some more places today. It's just so serene. We're staying at Le Coquin, which is by the Canal. Bought plenty of chocolates (of course, but with some self restraint).
... day began with another frustrating look for the Yorkshire Trench located just on the city outskirts. We had unsuccessfully tried to find this place yesterday. Clear signs were at each end of the road in which this trench was located, however there was no sign at the actual site and so we had driven past it twice concentrating on the busy industrial traffic before finding this interesting site. This trench was uncovered as Ieper built an industrial precinct and over 200 bodies ...
... normal chocolate shop. We chose a few choccies and ventured home in the rain. I told Mum it was like punch in the face of flavour and one of our choices was just that. I dont even know what was it in but it was crazy and AWESOME. Zesty lemon, strawberry, milk chocolate...look I dont even know but it was good and unlike any other chocolate i've had. Worth the trip just for that.
That night we splurged on a romantic dinner at ...
Today we left the Netherlands for Belgium which required a ferry ride across a large water inlet originating from the North Sea. Then our cycle route took us along a beautiful stretch of beach with the North Sea just off to the right. It was sunny, but the winds were ferocious! We had our last Dutch lunch just near the ...
... a strange calm over the whole place. It was a gorgeous day, probably the nicest day on my trip for a good couple of months, the sun was bright and the sky was a brilliant blue. Looking out over the fields, it was hard to imagine how such a beautiful place had been the site of one of the biggest and longest tench warfare battles in human history. There was a visitors centre before the cemetery, which was done really well; Inside was an aerial photo of the area after the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Coquin B&B Brugge
Love place.. He has a cat named Indra who is faaat... like the size of a small terrier. The owner is laid back, the place is absolutely lovely, the rooms are massive, the bathroom is excellent.. just love it! Highly recommended.
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