B&B 't Walleke
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Back to Brugge with the boys!!!!!!!!!!!!! My second trip to Brugge due to Jack and Fud's arrival in Europe.
We stayed in a 4 bedroom hostel with bunk beds with my colleague. We walked around the town.. bought some belgian chocolate, ate some waffles, and typical frites. At night we returned to the restaurant i had went last time to see my Italian friend from Sicily.. We went to a bar where we found a Zalutko look a like that ...
... and learnt so much from Philippe. It almost felt as though we were time travelling.. We were stuck in the past when on the bus listening to philippes stories but as soon as we stepped off we were in the future. It's hard to explain, but we would definitely recommend the tour. But for now, it was time for dinner, and home to the B&B. We are up even earlier tomorrow, but we should sleep well tonight after such a busy day. And that all for tonight. Lest we ...
... century, a wool
market, a woollens weaving industry, and the market for cloth all
profited from the shelter of city walls, where surpluses could be safely
accumulated under the patronage of the counts of ...
... did leave our mark, amongst the other writings and carvings on the wood. I had a sharpie, we left our names and "MSU 2014".
Eventually we had to descend the tight, steep, and narrow spiral staircase. By the time we reached the bottom, my knees were shaking. We stopped for photos in the staircase, but could hardly stand still that long, the lactic acid was too bad.
We kept moving, to resist collapsing. And we had to rush. Next ...
... which sits in a window overlooking the canal. Jos was a great guide and we even stopped off at a traditional pub for another beer to round off a great morning of sightseeing.
With bellies rumbling we had waffles topped with lashings of chocolate and cream before climbing the 366 steps to the top of the Belfry Tower in Markt Square. This 83m high tower gave us a great view of the old city and we even got to hear and see the bells chiming from ...