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... hasn't changed much for years and is said to be the Venice of the North. We went up in the Belfry and saw spectacular views of the whole town. We saw the Madonna of Bruges which is a marble sculpture by Michelangelo ( we didn't even have to go all the way to Italy to see it). We also saw what people believe to be blood of Jesus Christ at the Holy Blood church there. Interesting concept, it looked awfully solid to be blood. We ate a very traditional Belgium meal for ...
... before heading out to Tyne Cot Cemetery for the 3pm service.
In discussion with the West Yorkshire Police Band, who were providing music for the ceremony, we discovered that they had a different arrangement of Oh Valiant Heart, so it was decided that we would sing a capella. We also learnt that we would be marching into the ceremony in formation behind the band, so we had a quick marching lesson before we went on.
... you wanted to meet people from other countries ;) Then it was onto the train for the trip over - don't know what I was stressing about because the bit under the English Channel was only 20 minutes long with the rest of the trip at approx 170 Km's an hour speed flying along the English countryside, then the French countryside before arriving in Brussels at about 1230pm. Met our bus driver, Maria Rosa, who amazingly manoeuvred the bus through the narrow streets ...
... 18] when it was still a hamlet. The official founding of Brussels is usually situated around 979, when Duke Charles of Lower Lotharingia transferred the relics of ...
... house and eat waffles heaped with fruit and toppings! We also found many chocolate shops to sample! Manneken-Pis is an infamous tourist destination here. Sculpted in the early 1600's, and literally meaning "little boy pees", there were hoards of tourists taking photos and vying for a glimpse of the tiny statue. With little convincing, the boys eagerly posed for a photo of themselves peeing in ...