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... architecture. It is also called the "venice of the north". Most famous landmark is the belfry - bell tower. A lot of beautiful churches and buildings and canals.
A few things on my Belgium bucket list were:
Drink a Belgian beer
Eat a Belgian waffle
Eat Belgian chocolate
Visit a lace shop
I accomplished all of the above...... i feel like there was one more thing i wanted to do and did but i can't think of it right ...
... train station. Brad had a croque Madame and I had a croque bolgonaise.. Beautiful! Then took off for Brugge. Started but using Brad's printed directions as couldn't figure out how to use the sat nav. The instruction book was in a foreign language. Not sure which one but was able to dust off some high school German to figure out how to change it to English. Then it went well. Put in address of hotel in Brugge and ...
... the most flawless transitions from Dutch to English I have ever heard in my life, showed us how they made their praline-filled chocolates, then handed some out for us to try. It tasted like a Ferrero Rocher without the hazelnuts on the outside. YUM!!! I went a bit nuts in the shop afterwards, getting a block of white chocolate (which IS in fact chocolate, despite it only containing cacao butter and not cacao solid which makes chocolate brown) with little M&Ms in it, a ...
... our way to the platform however there was quite a bit of confusion when the train was delayed by 20 mins. We sussed things out after a few moments but there were a few stressed travellers hauling cases onto trains and then off again when they realised they had the wrong one. After helping a couple if confused people, we jumped aboard and had a hassle free journey to Brugge. The weather was a lot better than anticipated, so we ...
The first weekend away of the year. And off on the Eurostar to Belgium. The land of chocolate and waffles. Yum. Still being February, in theory not the peak tourist season, although the train leaving London on Friday afternoon was completely packed! South East England was fairly dull, lots of grey fields and the signs of some unfortunate flooding. 20 minutes under the sea and we were in France. A quick stop in Lille and by 7pm UK time (8pm Belgian time) we were ...