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The last two days have been quite busy with two cities and two walking tours under our belts. We are now informed on the general histories, legends and quirks of these two Belgian towns. We have also tried three very important Belgian food groups: beer, fries and waffles.
Thursday had Dianne and I back on track, all French protests and train delays aside. We set out in the morning (12.00 counts as morning right?) and wandered far in ...
Given I am staying in Brugge for the next couple of days, I decided that today I would get my bearings and do a tour of the city. Just to see what it was all about.
I left the boat (still not quite believing I was living on a boat) and went into town, which basically goes: 3 windmills, turn at the castle and follow the road.
Talk about ...
... to get out of said downpour), eating waffles and frites, freezing my knickers looking at ice sculptures, offending French people (I really need to learn some social skills), taking brilliant Canadian run photo tours, respecting a fantastic World War I photo exhibit and setting off store alarms while trying on coats.
All in, a good ...
... a pasta thing and dad had a coke. next we went to the shop and I got a seal necklace and a seal stuffed toy. Sammy got a key ring that had sea animals on it. That night when we got home we went out for Chinese because it was my birthday dinner and then we got an ice cream. I had cookie flavour,sammy got strawberry and mum got coffe. I had a really good day. Love from ...
... Flemish food is fabulous.
We took a train from Amsterdam to Antwerp and then changed to a train to Bruges. Our hotel is comfy and we are all sharing one large room. Breakfasts are excellent! We each have our own "world" in this room we all share, where we keep our own stuff - pretty much.
Now I am going all Wikipedia on you for the interesting facts. The oldest traces of human activity date just after Julius ...