B&B 't Walleke
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... the city center. We saw the Brugge Belfry. The Belfry is a 13th century building. It is the city's most recognizable landmark. Longfellow even wrote a poem about it titled "The Belfry of Bruges." A carillon was added to the tower in the 16th century. It is currently equipped with 48 bells. We got to hear it a few times and it is quite beautiful.
We wondered around the Markt square and we wondered over to the Burg. On the way we stopped in stores ...
... Again, a very sobering site to visit and reminds us of the heavy price of war.
In between the two sites, we had a little snack on the town square in Ypres (if I'm honest, it was more of a treat really!). While eating our treat, we were taking pictures of the beautiful square and I happen to catch a young lady in a picture I was taking of a fountain. I thought she had gone right into the fountain to get wet, as it was getting pretty ...
... like tourists) around to the centre of town and back - easy to do as the city is encircled by a system of canals and any point to any point is only about 10 minutes away.
Ate an absurdly expensive lunch, she a salad, and he croque monsieur, at a little restaurant by a canal. Lesson learned!
In this town there ...
... are very popular, and got our first taste of one when we ordered a bottle of water and chips and the waiter misunderstood, and brought us a Sprtiz and snacks. Turns out there are two versions, with the "sweet" version being made with Aperol and the "bitter" version being made with Campari. Both then have seltzer water and prosecco added. Makes for a nice refreshing drink, and always served with snacks, some better than others. We visited a few cicchetti snack bars, one of which ...
... spending a night, what a pity.
Another highlight of the little old town is Belfry. Please be careful, if you are not fit, since you have to catch your breath while climbing up to the top of the tower. And the spiral stairwell is narrow and steep.
We spent one night in hotel Duc de Bourgogne, fortunately, we came here in the low season. Sinnce the room at this hotel ...