Guesthouse The Eden Rose
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... World Heritage-listed historic centre is one of the best-preserved mediaeval cities in Europe, but it is easy to get a little lost: secret gardens and quiet, picturesque spots are waiting to be discovered across the city.
The other recurring theme is eating. We have been having the most amazing meals here and have not held ourselves back. Personally, I have been loading up on the mussels and we're all loving the frites (there's actually ...
... by Mary's left hand, and appears to be about to step
away from his mother and into the world. Meanwhile, Mary does not cling
to her son or even look at him, but gazes down and away, as if she knows
already what is ...
... acted like tourists. It was fun. We sent another package home. Postage here is much more expensive that Germany.
I haven't been feeling well for a couple of weeks, since I had that icky cold in Cochem. My ears have been plugged, so we stopped in at an Apoteeka here (drug store) and the pharmacist set me up with an appointment to see a doctor this afternoon. We popped in and he was very nice, spoke very good English (much better than my Flemish) and set right ...
... Next we found the horse and tram tour and managed to book a place pretty quickly so we were able to go on our tour. It was really fun and seeing Bruges from a different perspective.
We spent the last few hours buying chocolate to take home for our friends and family and a few things for ourselves.
The coach came at 5:00pm and we set off for Zeebrugge to get the ferry ...
... didn't take long to try our first sample, with Jono ordering the 'Brugge Zot' and I the cherry 'Kriek Boon'. More photos and walking through the quiet city and busy Markt Square we admired the Belfry Tower and the line up of horse and carriages waiting in the center.
We soon found that the food here was a bit out of our travel budget so found a very 'authentic' Irish pub to have a traditional Flemish stew complete with friets of course before wondering back ...