Huyze Die Maene
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... water with your meals in restaurants here, and they only have that rule in belgium. Dunno why this is.
Parted ways with Pablo (that's actually his name, not a stereotypical mexican name I made up to sound funny, though it sounds like it) then did canal tour. Bruges is filled with canals (as are a lot of towns near the coast in the benelux countries, I'm assuming). Cruised around canals in a small boat for about a half hour. Had lunch afterwards at ...
... street art you just find this huge, golden square, which would take your breath on a clear day I'm sure...it's impressive on even the gloomiest of days. It was 11:30, in Belgium and I hadn't had a beer yet....I know, crazy, right? Luckily for us (mostly me) we had a cool map of Brussels that showed us the location of the DELERIUM ABBEY!!!! Sorry, I should introduce it better...The Guinness world record holding Delerium Abbey, recording over 2000 ...
... be bombed again in 1944. The cathedral has never been complete. According to their pamphlet, there is supposed to be a bell tower and a peristyle. Still pretty impressive for an incomplete job. After the cathedral I returned to the B&B collected my bags and headed for the train station. Had a fairly uneventful ride to Bruges. Made my connecting train at Lille with no dramas, very pleased with myself. I arrived in Bruges and caught a cab to my B&B. Well this ...
... This is a beautiful church which is said to house a vial of the blood of Jesus. The atmosphere was solemn; it was nice to escape the bustle of Bruges. It eventually found it's way to us though in the form of a heaving throng of tourists. We lit a candle to pay our respects and slipped out the back. We then headed back to the main square to climb the Belfry. Another portion of frites later and we had the energy to drag ...
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I got a city card (€38 for 48 hours) and I could not recommend one of these more. It may not be renowned for its Eiffel Towers or Arc de Triumphs but there’s still plenty to see. And everything I saw while I was there came free under the card.