De Drie Koningen
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... br> beer: i went to the halve maan (half moon) brewery. It was 220 steps up narrow ladders and tiny rooms and you even go up to the roof which has beautiful views of the city. Its an old family brewery where they brew 4 diff types of beer.. Brugges Zot & Straffe Hendrik (foolish clown & strong henry)
belgian waffle and chocolate: street waffle with chocolate on top
At night there was outdoor music and outdoor markets with ...
... was a touch too long but we saw all of Brugge's squares lit up at night. It was quite nice.
-we got home and collapsed near midnight. We were very glad that we would not be getting on a bike tomorrow.
-final day's stats: rolling time 3:17; elapsed time 6:30; distance 51 km
... view of the whole town. The staircase up was quite narrow, so it definitely isn't a task for the overweight.
After our bike tour we chilled out and had a nap back at the hostel before heading to the bar to watch Germany vs Brazil. What an upset ! The bar was packed with backpackers and several people from Germany and Brazil. After smashing ...
... so off to bed. There is a fun fair over the road from our hotel and it is here for the whole month, we weren't disturbed by it but heard the girls screaming on the rides, we still fell asleep fairly soon. Next morning we breakfasted in the hotel, breakfast is from 8.00 - 10.00 which is fairly late but suited us. We then walked down to Mary's hotel and caught up with the use of my I pad and her free wi fi. Then we set off for a walk around ...
... the traditionally shaped triangular roofed buildings. Very pretty. But very busy - the road not being clearly marked out, so walking along you have to contend with bikes, motorbikes, normal buses, tour buses, horse carts and people on segways. Another Belgian specialty - a friterie. In one of these 'restaurants' they sell a whole raft of different food items - all in a fried form! Chips, nuggets, burgers, sausages, spring rolls... We had some chips (frites!) ...