Livia's Luxe Bed & Breakfast Brugge
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... feet) and a canal system. Many substantial churches although we only found one actually operating on a Sunday ! Worth the visit to church – the pipe organ was being played well by an unseen organist .
In the main Markt Square (yes – Markt), a large community brass band pounding out a good Germanic marching beat. Couldn't help myself – had to get down there and share it.
Father's Day ...
... white wine. (2) It was so nice we all went back again.
As I write, Amy and Lily are downstairs watching the World Cup and rooting for Germany, of course, Martina!
3 days in Bruges (not enough!!!!), now on to Paris!
PS: Sorry for the MANY photos, I could not help myself, nor did I take most of them in the "good light". We always got a late start on our days because we stayed up late at night.
Travel today could have sucked the day away, but our car drop off at Nice airport and transfers through Brussels, from airport to trains, went really well. Tiring walk from station to our hotel in the centre square (called Central Hotel) during the warmest part of the day is soon remedied with our first Belgian beers. Popular, prize winning, Kreik (cherry) beer is my choice today. Go walking ...
... Duvel is a popular Belgian beer, translates to Devil, and is about 9% alcohol. My mom told me "no more than one duvel" and my grandpa told me "no duvel". I was excited to try a duvel. But they had a sampler platter for 8.50 euros, of 3 beers. I got that to start, excited to try Belgian beers.
Following the Duvelorium, we walked around the city square, and explored. Mapped out or plan for the following day. We bought dinner at a ...
... when the bells chimed and played a tune on the quarter hour. Next to it is Burg Square with impressive government buildings.