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... two minutes prior to the English tour starting... I totally planned it that way... not. It was perfect timing though, and we hopped right in. The 45 minute tour was super informative and fun, and our tour guide was very sweet and enthusiastic. After climbing steep stairs to multiple levels of the brewery, stopping for talks along the way, we made it to the roof. What a view! Then back down we went for more talks and then the final stop in the brewery for our tasty ...
... short period of time it makes it a bit hard.
We were ready for breakfast in the dining room, which is decorated with a very eclectic array of art. Already enjoying the croissants, cheese, meats and yogurt were two couples from France. Only one spoke English, but we had an animated chat regarding Americans eating turkey for Thanksgiving and the French eating goose for Christmas.
We were still ...
... woman from England who's seated next to him. Good thing I can already identify most of the major buildings myself.
I have one more stop to make on the way back to the Rose Red to rendezvous for a beer with Lorne. Ever since the night we arrived, I have been admiring a purse in the window of a lace and brocade shop around the corner from the hotel. The purse is decorated with poppies, which will always ...
... praise the city enough, not only is it a haven for cyclists but there is so much to see. Narrow cobbled streets that suddenly open into large squares with imposing buildings of different medieval architectural styles, some ornate gothic, some simple, yet all are pleasing to the eye.
Ice cream war
Our first day in Camping Memling on the outskirts of Brugge, the weather is hot and sunny, the atmosphere calm and tranquil. Whilst Meneer ...
... them. My pulled ligament in my knee made it impossible to get up there but am hoping by the end of this journey my knee would have healed enough for me to climb up most things. We have so much to see.
Got back to the campsite and just collapsed. 10 hrs of walking is a lot for little ole me. It's more tiring being on holiday than working I can tell you and we've only just started ha ha!