Charm 'n Bruges
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Again the weather didn't help but you could still appreciate that this town was beautiful. It has a lot to offer and would come back again on a nicer day. It's like a medieval Venice. It made me realise that what is lacking in Brussels is water. It has no essence because it has no water focal point. They covered over the river because it was dirty and they needed more space for roads. This took all the charm out if the town.
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The weather is absolutely terrible today! I went and grabbed a snack from the patisserie across from the tour meeting point and then waited under umbrella for the tour to commence. We walked to the bus which was full so I had to share a seat with, what turned out to be, a grumpy old man (he yelled at the tour guide later in the day about the **** …
... to find out what would happen if they wrapped in the gears. I pulled over to tie and tuck them in; no issue but was at the end of the group as I needed to catch up. I also noticed that the sun was strong and the trail was hard to see the hazards as the early morning had the sun right in our eyes. Just as the pace was relaxed and rolling through the parks you heard a bang and saw someone crunch over the handle bars. Even though there was nothing you can do, it was painful to see ...
... out for adoration at 2 p.m. daily and luckily we were there. So we got to walk up to it and see it closely--hmmm. It doesn't look like blood--just a large glass tube with some dark "stuff" in it--but then it is 8 centuries old!
Next to this church is the Stadhuis (City Hall). This is a beautiful building with a fanciful facade that was built in 1420. There are statues representing the counts and countesses of Flanders--replicas of the originals as the French soldiers tore ...
After a lovely relaxing sea day and two performances of our last ever show as a cast of 'Boogie'. Today we are in Bruges, Belgium. My family decided to go on a tour and I came in with Josh and Emmy as our last day together we went to the market square, had lunch and enjoyed our last moments together which was lovely.
My family had a great day and getting back onto the ship for the last time was actually quite sad. I decided to go the masquerades the nightclub ...
People watching in the square over a glass of Duvel wound the tempo down even further and made for a very pleasant break.
Spurred on by the Historium, we went on search of the Museum where Jan van Eyck's paintings are.
On the way to the Groeningemuseum, we took in the Beer Wall, the Tintin Emporium and a wonderfully trashy flea market... selling a strange combination of old beer glasses, and ornate religious ...