De Drie Koningen
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... so it was time for a much needed nap! Dinner time rolled around and Johnny craved the deliciousness that were the bratwurst we had last night, so we made it happen. It is also the cheapest way to eat in town, so why not!? We skipped the frites and waffles and wandered through a few side streets we hadn't seen yet. Then, we happened upon a chocolate shop that was still open. Score! Unfortunately they had a minimum of 100grams for a purchase, so instead of ...
... utilise my lightening reflexes to avoid what would have otherwise been a tragic end to this tale, and Claude was last seen speeding off into the distance, looking for his next unsuspecting victim... As for Brugge itself...another medieval town, with ye olde shops, taverns and monuments. It's entirely surrounded by a moat that protects the township from marauders and such, although the criminal elements seem to have unfettered access to the city via Vespa ...
... of the amazing things we have seen and done. Now, where to start...we apologize in advance for the length of this post. Grab a good beer or wine and sit back and enjoy! It only took one afternoon in Venice to realize we were finally in a city large enough that walking everywhere wasn't going to cut it, and that using their vaporetto system was a must. As packed as they can get, there is definitely something much more pleasant about getting around in boats than there is about ...
... tower. The Belfort had 366 steps leading to the top which was 83 meters off the ground. The views from the top were absolutely amazing, you could see the entire city and even way past the city. It was so windy up there, though, that none of us could actually stand up straight.
The Burg Square has the Stadhuis (State House of Bruges) and the Basilica of the Holy Blood. In the Basilica is a relic of the Holy Blood that ...
... with a guy and his 15 year old son. They were enjoying a beer together.... perfectly legal and normal in Belgium.
The kid pointed to the cold rain outside and said "Welcome to Belgium!"
We did all the touristy things and went to several museums. This is one of those cities where just walking around is fun.