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... ago, and is now the preserve of charming little buildings, cobbled streets and little cafe restaurants. The buildings are quite reflective of how Gent must have looked in the 17th and 18th centuries. Also near here is the Huis Van Alijn, a folk museum that probably would have made more sense if a) I spoke Dutch or b) I had held on to the English explanation for the first few exhibition halls. As it was, it was full of interesting knickknacks describing the life ...
... and went through that. It was the last one so we didn't hop off but it was good because we saw Brussels. I was quite surprised with what I saw to be honest. I thought it was small and poor but actually the city it like any other town. It also seems like they reconstructing a lot of things to make it easier for the locals. There's a lake that goes through the city and its run down but they're building apartments and selling them cheap so residents can move in to give it ...
(For those younger than 50, the title is a reference to the 1969 movie 'If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium'.)
We spent our last morning in Brugge visiting 3 different attractions relating to religion, faith, and God:
1) Museum of the Basilica of the Holy Blood
- This is a double chapel consisting of the Romanesque Church of Saint Basil (1139-1149) on the ground floor and ...
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 ...
After a comfortable sleep in our hosts bed (they were couch surfing in the couch not sure that is how it is supposed to work) we awoke to a leisurely Belgium breakfast. What is Belgium most famous for you ask? Chocolate!! (And beer and Belgium fries) but we start the morning with chocolate on bread, the bread was a specialty especially for Christmas and you guessed it, it had chocolate in it too ( the other two variations were sugar and sultanas) Ron loved it trying a ...
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