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... and time because of work. Seeing Christmas decorations absolutely everywhere actually became normal so it was easy to sort of forget about it, and combined with having to not do any actual Christmas shopping or prepare for the day in any way it sort of became a background theme to the trip rather than an approaching event. I'm sure this will change and I'll become acutely aware of Christmas during the frantic hustle and bustle of London tomorrow. We had to say goodbye to ...
September 20 Saturday Ypres - Brugge After another late night, it made for a restless sleep for us both. Breakfast then to the Saturday markets in the market square at Ypres. Big purchases of 3 bread rolls will improve the economy. Fay was excited to see a London a Transport Museum Battle Bus that has been brought through in September to the western front locations where the buses were in service. It was one of 1000 buses (1/3 ...
... hot. We went shopping again and I bought some shirts at Esprit for some reason. Then I wanted ice cream so we went to Haggen Dazs, because, why not. I. EN, we did walk up that tower and walked all the skin off the bottom of our feet, so we deserve it. Laura wasn't in to ice cream, until she saw they also did waffles and waffle sundaes so we decided to sit down and try those. I had something called a Belgian Dream waffle, which had caramel ice cream on a ...
... were sitting with some of our number drinking beer. We dumped our bags and joined them. The pace of the weekend has now slowed and the frantic need to see everything has dissipated.
It was enough to sit and chat and watch the little old lady walking in front of the massive digger... totally oblivious of the huge construction vehicle bearing down on her whose driver was gesturing wildly for her to move.
She didn't, so he had to wait.
... and basilicas. Then, grabbed a sandwich and climbed the belfry in the Markt. Not the easiest 366 steps I've taken - I have blisters on top of blisters on the bottoms of my feet, but hey I'm a warrior and the view was worth it!
Next I grabbed a Brie sandwich and found a boat that takes you on a tour through the canals. It was pretty cheap and I'll admit it was a "must do". Great way to see the place and learn a bit ...