Le Manoir De Morimont
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... numerous traces still visible today. The city was captured by France in 1746 during the War of the Austrian Succession but was handed back to Austria three years later.
... going on in Brussels too, and we passed kids playing soccer and other games. Different streets were blocked off, and there were inflatables and different fair booths.
We got back to the station, and had to maneuver through some weird hallways. On the way, I saw some guys playing accordion, and lost it. I had to have Jennie take a picture of me with them. We gave them money, and found our train.
Due to the bilingual-ness of Belgium (Flemish ...
... number. This was said to be the faster way than waiting in line at the ticket counter. But once we finally got to our turn to the machine we learned that although said to accept Visa, they failed to inform us that it only accepted French Visa cards. We then had to return to the ticket counter to wait in line to receive our tickets that way. Finally we got them with 5 minutes before our train was due to leave, we ran to the platform.
Two train ...
... time. I have always enjoyed being met at the airport and all the more so when it is such a sweet couple like Isi and Jacqueline. I had had but one brief Skype conversation with them about a month ago but my sister has been in constant contact with them (and others) via email and Skype confirming and nailing down all the details of this trip. So huge thanks to my sis for all her work.
Nathalie also graciously offered to stay at ...
We awoke to our last morning in Brugges. After another amazing breakfast we, packed our bags and headed out for one last walk around the town. It was amazing to see the difference with Christmas over the city was getting back to normal with the markets set up in the Burg area. The that a huge variety of meats, fresh fruit and veg, chocolates and even a Vietnamese man selling food. All the locals were gathered around with the sellers calling out their prices, it was a nice change ...