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... 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 ...
... Beer, chocolate, dancing and deep fried everything was exactly what we all needed! It was tons of fun!
On Friday after class we took the train from Lux city to Brussels-Midi and then another train on to Brugge. Some of the girls that we go to school with went to Brugge the weekend before us so they recommended we stay in the same hostel. It was called Lybeer. The hostel itself was not too far from the train station and in pretty good ...
... just in case it rained. Loads of people on the trip, we were in coach 23 with our little stickers to make sure we remembered who we were.
Short coach ride to the town and a walk with the guide into the town square as a meeting point, and then a few hours to wander around. It's a lovely medieval town but pretty small so an hours walk later and we’ve pretty much seen it. We had a cuppa in ...
mildly, Brugge is a tourist magnet of sizeable proportions, and never
really fails to attract visitors in most seasons, but essentially, the
city is an enclave of medieval-style architecture and a walkable,
manageable town which perhaps only comes close to testing any visitor's
patience level when its streets are too chock-full of tourists to enjoy its full flavour. In essence, the town is sufficiently ...
... and we hustle ourselves through the shop to the exit (and past people with armfuls of chocolate moulds in the shape of religious figures…).
That was our day’s itinerary. Done. Apart from the Belfort, which we have re-scheduled for this afternoon. And it’s not even lunchtime. Bruges is tiny!
So, we decide to find the Bruges windmills.Mr Fletche takes charge of locating them, and we wander though tiny cobbled ...