Travel Blogs from Brugge
... we stopped in a nightshop aka a corner store that sells junk food and we picked up some Belgian snacks. I am saving the Belgian wafer cookies until tomorrow when we go to a bakery, but I did find Bolognese flavoured chips. Can't wait to try them, should be interesting!
Tomorrow Jaey is going to take me walking through the city, we are going to go to a Belgian bakery, a Belgian Brewery. So looking forward to it!
Sending lots of love and light to anyone and everyone reading this x
... elephants would never fit up there.
This is when we ditched the tour and went for a well deserved lunch before following the trusty blue dot on Hooch back to our hostel (joke reference for iphone map users). Obviously on the way we bought ****** touristy postcards (so if you don't receive one, we don't love you) and somehow convinced the shop owner we spoke German...?! which i think we pulled off!
So our '40 winks' turned into a 3 hour ...
... and really enjoyed it until we got the bill. 27 Euro for seven or eight beautiful stalks of white asparagus garnished with a lovely cheese sauce and a mound of the tiny shrimp.
We went off then to explore Brugge, finding our way to the Markt Square and to the Burg. There are some amazing buildings in Brugge, but we were soon nearly freezing and we looked for shelter in the Chocolate Museum. We were too late for the ...
... and had a kitchen with all appliances included.
We went grocery shopping and had a quick dinner. Knackwurst sandwiches, with Gouda cheese and tomatoes. It was just what we needed. Mari even got to drink some anniversary wine, a gift from Anthony which he had arranged beforehand with Wikus to buy for Mari in Europe. We then went out in search of a laundromat, washed our clothes, and most of us, (those not on computers) managed to be in bed before ...
... the cost of a bottle of wine, which turned out to be two bottles by the time we finished dinner. Hilbren had suggested a French Merlot-Cabernet Sauvignon blend, and it was very smooth and a good choice. I had two cups of coffee and then walked back to the Hotel. Huub was sitting across from me, and it was great to have him there as part of the group.
I had planned to update this diary before going to sleep for the night, but sat down to watch TV ...
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