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So today we woke from a glorious sleep at the B&B, and went downstairs to see what Jason and Sandra were making for breakfast. We had some fruit first of all.. mum said it was good, but not enough. Then dad had a yogurt and apple thing, and they brought out some croissants and pastries. And theeeeeennnn... We had eggs and bacon. They also served orange juice that they squeezed themselves. NOM. We only really have one full day in Bruges, so ...
The morning bike ride was absolutely lovely...riding through farm country and small back roads. After a nice ride through some farm areas, first break was at a place that was where a person had a hunting lodge. The building was gorgeous and seemed extreme for hunting - but the grounds were peaceful and beautiful. The green and fresh air were so nice. As a special treat, Jane and Trevor brought Belgium waffles with fresh strawberries and whipped cream. There were also these ...
... Flemish and French cloth fairs at the beginning of the
13th century, but when the old system of fairs broke down the
entrepreneurs of Bruges innovated. They developed, or borrowed from
Italy, new forms of ...
... about the windmills too. There is just something about them, and I couldn’t get enough of them! I think it’s similar to Em’s fascination with boats! I couldn’t stop photographing the windmills!
While we bounced in and out of a few other countries, for the most part April was Turkey month for us. We've flown through a lot of countries on this trip, but it was nice to really sink our teeth into one country for a while, as well as really feel like we saw most of it. It turns out Turkey is a really big country with a lot of diverse places. Since I’m sure everyone reading this blog is putting ...