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Everyone looked horrible this morning haha. I didn't feel too bad since I came back a bit early but getting on the bus at 7am was a mission for all. We had a huge day of travelling ahead doing 4 countries and finishing in London that night. Our first stop was in bruge in Belgium. This is where we stopped for lunch and it was a cool little city. Apparently this is where French fries where actually first created, not sure if that's completely true ...
... we ended up sitting on the bus for an hour and a half waiting for them. then a mad drive back to the ferry which included driving up the shoulder of the road because the ferries had been docked for the weekend due to a strike. Hubby did not remember this trip at all (he probably slept through all the bus bits) until we took the horse and buggy ride again tonight and that triggered all the stuff. He was the one who wanted to come back for a better look so ...
... was just a large area of open space with some buildings on the periphery
but as we walked around in the area we came to appreciate the attraction of its
More rain, tired feet, and a
need for a rest had us make our way back to where we were staying for a
break. We had walked so far and so south that we had reached the end of
the walled area of the city and were near the train station. We were
going to take a bus ...
... floor which has been modernised yet retains character. The owners have done a marvellous job with the B&B interiors. In the bathroom you can look out an original round window over pointy roof tops or if lying in the continental bath you can view the ancient chimney of the house through a large modern sky light window.
Being a continental bath you have a hand held shower attached to rinse your hair etc, so there is no stand up ...
... moved on to the highlight of the day...chocolate shopping. We found a place called Pralinette, which had reasonable prices (18.50 euro for a 1kg box of pralines). Dozens of truffles, pralines, and other assorted items, and all you do is tell them how big the box you want is and proceed to fill it up. With literally pounds of chocolate in hand, we made our way back to Ghent.