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One last day to roam Bruges. It is quite cool, windy and threatening rain but, hey, what can you do. We go looking for Fidel the famous dog but I think it is far too cold for a star to be hanging out of a window-no Fidel.
We head to Welcome Church of our Lady. At 120 metres it's spire is the highest point in Bruges and the tallest church tower in Europe. This church has the only Michaelangelo sculpture to leave Italy in his lifetime (a marble Madonna ...
... we ended up leaving at 215.
When we got to Brussels they had lost our luggage, so now we hope it catches us.
The. Hotrl is nice, we went across the street to a spaghetti house for supper and are just settling in for our night. Ohand by the way the overwhelming snow that shut downturn railway all day and the Brussels airport for half a day... about 3 centimeters.
Well, obviously the start of a new adventure begins with saying goodbye to all familiarities. Bye bye mom, dad and Amadeo, my little/younger (erase what fits best) brother. Bye bye to my beloved friends with whom I luckily got to spend some quality time before leaving. Bye bye Belgium.
15.10 pm. Take-off. Destination: Edinburgh.
For the last 8 days, we have been travelling in Belgium. In our first trip we had the attitude that missing Belgium would not be so bad. But now that we have left, we realised that missing Belgium would have been a big mistake.
It's not for the obvious reasons, the delicious chocolates and the interesting new types of beer, but Belgium itself is the kind of place that can amaze and stun in the most relaxed and easy going way. Our first ...
... her three boys. I also spoke with a couple of ex-Belgian soldiers (Infantry), which was very interesting. When the main section of the Museum re-opened, I had a brief look at the WW-I airplanes, a look at another part of the WW-I displays and then headed for the WW-II exhibits, which are in a different part of the Museum. That was the section I enjoyed the most, as that’s the military history I’m most interested in. The displays were well ...