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... boys around and finally managed to lose him and go back to the hostel for drinks. Hostel experience is a bit strange with many different people with different agendas. We had a few beers and played Jenga. The next day we did the Brewery Tour (my second time). halve maan brewery from the 19th century. I have a new love for Belgian Beer!!!!!
Dropped the boys off at the airport the next morning for their week in barcelona.
... 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 ...
... became the commercial outpost for Bruges.
Bruges had a strategic location at the crossroads of the northern Hanseatic League
trade and the southern trade routes. Bruges was already included in the
... serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Chilling – as per Use-It, we took a chill pill! We spent many hours relaxing in the sun in one of the numerous parks or sitting beside the canal. My favourite spots for this were the canal side park underneath the Sint-Janshuis windmill, the sheep park where we picnicked, and Hof Sebrechts (where we sat eating cheese and bread from the most amazing cheese store you can imagine!). I find something ...
... side. The workers didn’t flinch. We met a man walking with his wheelbarrow carrying his groceries to his house. Did we mention that dubbel zoute drop are illegal in Belgium because of the salt contenr?
Willie had her bike stolen during a brief stop for a photo op on our way out of Brugge first thing. The culprit (Peggy) was discovered when she stopped a few metres down the road realizing that her seat was too low. Ella had ...