De Drie Koningen
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... all of the lights have come on to really light up the Grand Place. Some of the buildings on the Grand Place were undergoing reconstruction when I was here last year, but now the scaffolding has been removed and it is truly a site to behold. Explore the Grand Place and the surrounding areas for a while before realizing I am absolutely beat, having had only a few hours sleep and walking the entire day, and I make my way back up the hill to my Hotel where I pass out, exhausted.
Our lovely hotel offers bike usage for free (just take the bike and lock and go, and no one wears helmets here), so we decided to bike along the canal to the next town, Damme, Mac was the leader of this initiative, even though biking is not Cheryl's strongest skill. It seems you really can forget how to ride a bike. However, with the seat lowered so her feet could touch the ground, it would be okay. And Josie ...
We made our first little mistake today, but luckily with only minor consequence. My alarm didn't go off and we woke 2 hours later than planned. Luckily the train ticket is just for the day so our only loss was time exploring Antwerp. We checked out and made it to central station using the tram. We had decided to train to Antwerp, then leave our bags at the station while we explore the city. We used the train time to ...
The bus arrived in Brussels and I managed to navigate a complicated metro system to get to Brussels railway station. I had decided not to stay in Brussels, it was described to me as "rough round the edges". I can only assume the parts I saw were the edges! I went and got my ticket for Bruges, thinking it would be for a specific train. However this ticket allowed me to take any train to Bruges on the day of purchase. I found the boards with the regular timetables on and started to ...
... warm and dry.
Yesterday we wandered through parts of the city we've not been to yet and discovered another little treasure -The Beguinage. It was established in 1245 and is home to nuns of the Order of Saint Benedict. The public can peek inside but silence is required at all times in the large grounds, which are planted with trees, lined with manicured garden beds and accessed by a bridge over the canals. Our pals on the train said it ...