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Travel Blogs from Kortrijk
... water with your meals in restaurants here, and they only have that rule in belgium. Dunno why this is.
Parted ways with Pablo (that's actually his name, not a stereotypical mexican name I made up to sound funny, though it sounds like it) then did canal tour. Bruges is filled with canals (as are a lot of towns near the coast in the benelux countries, I'm assuming). Cruised around canals in a small boat for about a half hour. Had lunch afterwards at ...
... exploring small towns along the way and ending in Wertek, which is on the Belgian/French border.
There is a lovely bike path that goes in both directions, making cycling a great pleasure.
Between times spent with Bonne Mammy, I was able to take some nice rides into Gent, a Flemish city just North West of Brussels and North East of Kortrijk.
As one enters the heart of the city, one ...
... at OB and man, am I glad she is here as well. :)
So that's it. No fancy pictures or stories.. Just trying to wrap my head around being here... And when I can't I read Harry Potter or Jane Austen haha.. Adding some others to the list also.. Let me know if you have any suggestions.. I feel like reading is like water here: can't get enough (I guess I could say not free too haha)!
Miss you all and love you!
... they were full of teenagers, loud beat music and broken glass again. In UK we are used to no glass outside, so it seemed strange now to be allowed.
We then we went round to the opera stage and there was a full orchestra and a choir of at least 40 with solo singers performing. There must have been an audience of 1500 people at least. We listened for a while then started heading back to Spring Tide and as we came back through the park, the band were ...
... br> I’d like to say I’d planned it but it was pure chance that today happened to be the one day a year where Bruges (and Brussels, Antwerp, Ypres and Ghent) is closed to motor traffic and celebrations are held all over the city - apparently there’s nothing more significant to it that that - no religious feast day, no save the earth campaign, just ‘no cars, let’s party’. This is not to say that the city is pedestrianised ...