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Belgium's Venice. A historic town (sort of) but with canals that you can go for a boat ride on and go through the city and around. No gondolas though.
The city is quite small and easy to walk around and see it all. Pretty normal things to see – Cathedral, churches, Belfry clock tower, market squares and many scenic Dutch gabled houses. The more gables the richer you were so there are gabled houses everywhere as ...
... a hammering and bought some cool clothes and of course the obligatory handbag!
The town reminds us so much of those that we have visited in Italy and France. It has an amazing history which we learnt of during the 1 hour bus tour we took. It was in fact the place hat the world saw its first Stock Market - not established for share trading but spices, English wool and ...
... not sure I like this
-Bruges' small, cozy, seemingly-random street layout is very cute but it basically functions like a maze and is very difficult to navigate. American cities may not have as much soul but at least you can find things without being reduced to a confused mess
-Trains in continental europe have numbers. So if you see a train on the display board, it will have a number attached to it, like a flight. This is much easier than in ...
... tour guide through warm, doughy-smelling brewing rooms, up onto the roof for a panoramic view of the town, and maneuver backwards down narrow staircases to the fermentation and storage areas.
Along the way, the guide tells us with a proud smile that Belgium is now overtaking Germany in beer making prowess: the German "purity" law means that no other ingredients ...
... normal;">That feeling of blissful serenity rarely left my side during the two days I spent in Bruges. This medieval city may not have the landmarks found in the Paris’, London’s or Rome’s of this world but it hardly matters. At no point do you have to go looking for the picturesque in Bruges, the picturesque comes to you.