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... had a strong flavor but didn't overpower the dish. I finally decided to have mayonnaise with my frites, and I thought it was delicious. Jonathan thinks it's gross and I can probably count on him not trying it this trip.
Next, laundry time. The best way to describe this experience is through our dialogue. It went something like this: "the clothes barely fit... Meh, it's fine." "Here put the coins in (8 euro, almost 10 ...
... the one I was wearing!!
The boat ride was 7.60 E & took 30 minutes. The driver gave a commentary in english & was very amusing. He pointed out some houses that were for sale for 1 million euros!!!
Bruge is an old mediebval city that was very powerful in the 13th & 14th century & when the river silted up it's power waned as it was no longer ...
... stock up of euro food, but unfortunately we forgot it was a Sunday, and everything was shut! Luckily, our detour made us find a stadium, much to the delight of Sherif!
We got to the ferry too early but were able to board an earlier one, which was a lot less choppy than the one on the way out.
Brugge is a brilliant place to visit and there is definitely much more to see there, so another trip will be in order sometime soon!
... the neighbouring Netherlands, the town's north-eastern corner has a few
windmills dotted here and there, and their very existance is perhaps one
of the reasons why it can pay, in a city of this nature, to stray away
from more central areas in order to sample the charms of the town's
outlying regions. For my money though, the town's real star turn comes
in the shape of the town's castle and immediately ...
... dining room hung 1/8 scale white plaster bas relief nudes, a sawfish jaw and a wall-sized blurry black and white photo of a woman's face - her expression a 6 on a 1 to 10 pensive-to-mournful scale. A large oak chest filled with logs sat next to a cheerful fire, with dried hyacinths on the mantel. White ceiling fans turned slowly overhead and the hostess was a dead ringer for Helen Mirren. This morning I head to the market square and pay 8 euros for the privilege of ...