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... now!) beer over dinner.
The next day had no travel - so the entire day to explore. After breakfast at the hotel, we headed up the road and hired a couple of bikes. We were told it was one of the best ways to experience Brugge - totally agree. With no real plan in place, we set our sights on a bike path we had seen the day before. It was a good call (if I do say so myself) as it ...
... is a waffle with various toppings on it . There are usually any combination of chocolate, fresh fruits, whipped creak, gelato, etc.
We sat in the square and ate our dessert while enjoying our last evening in Bruges. It was very nice and I would recommend it to anyone.
Tomorrow we have a long drive to Normandy, France. We will be seeing a number of the sites related to D-Day and the allied invasion. It should be a very interesting day.
... class, and for some reason, they've put us all in seats that are facing the wrong way. Really. The half of the car facing the right way is empty. Anyway, it's nauseating. The first class attendant is very cute though. And there is an Asian dude across from me snoring loudly in what can only be described as the ugliest shoes ever created. They're red sued deck shoes with silver **** glued all over them. And as he's in first class, I imagine they were ...
... they do that here. But I only did it once on both cheeks and apparently where they come from you do it three times. They also taught us a little Italian. All I remember is "come stai?" which is "how are you?" I basically just kept replying in Spanish so I don't remember the correct Italian reply. But it was fun meeting people from a different country and all that.
So today we went to Brugge. We got a "Go Pass" for the day which was only 12 Euros because we are under 26. ...
... is the self-proclaimed 172 year old vampire within. Unfortunately, Willy Retsin’s Lucifernum – complete with coffin display – would not be open until tomorrow. One to note, I thought.
Instead, I pushed on to Burg, nestled neatly next to the Markt. I had come to get as close to Jesus Christ as many people on Earth ever could. As I entered the square, The Basilica of Holy Blood stood out immediately - its deep, dark gothic fašade adorned ...