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... in!" "Did it take the soap?!" "I don't know, I want chocolate."
With our laundry almost done we plan to head back for a little rest from our morning adventures. Tonight we plan to hit up a few more of our favorite chocolate shops, a waffle shop that Jonathan has been scoping out, and then a free harp concert in a sweet old courtyard. Tomorrow we have a five hour train ride to Heidelberg, Germany. Let's keep this party ...
... feet) and a canal system. Many substantial churches although we only found one actually operating on a Sunday ! Worth the visit to church – the pipe organ was being played well by an unseen organist .
In the main Markt Square (yes – Markt), a large community brass band pounding out a good Germanic marching beat. Couldn't help myself – had to get down there and share it.
Father's Day ...
... 30 p.m. and got checked in and took a stroll to the Markt Square for dinner. One of our favorite things to do on trips to Europe is to have dinner on the town squares at an outdoor table. The views are great, the people watching is fantastic, and the ambiance is amazing. We found just such a table tonight and really enjoyed it. We lingered over dinner for a while and afterward took a stroll around town.
Our stroll took us to the canals ...
... tree every day.
... but in comparison to the French services, that consist of just toilets, the services here, with their extensive restaurants and food choices are complete heaven.
We are ending our trip in the beautiful city of Bruges, which is what I had always had in mind. So even though we are cutting our travel plans short, being just over an hour from Calais where we were catching the ferry, it isn't really all that much of ...