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... just on the outskirts of the main squares, but within a 10 minute walk. Once we checked in and unloaded our packs into our dorm we went to check out the Chocolate Museum called Chocostory, as we all know Belgium is famous for three things…..Beer, Frites (fries) and CHOCOLATE!!. As we walked towards the musuem we passed Berg square the second biggest square in Bruges. There were horse and carts, cobblestones, waffle stands and beautiful old ...
... the Belfort, belgiums most iconic clock tower. it is now world heritage listed. We climbed 366 steps i think to the top of the clock tower, and the views were worth every step. We even timed it do we were at the top whilst the bells were ringing. Time was ticking and we had to dart across town, not that across town is very far, and get to our brewery tour. A quick stop for lunch. Soup, cheese croquette 2 beers and 22EU later?!?, we then started ...
- Had a cruisey day walking/riding bikes around - Went to minnewater lakes - Visited some massive windmills - Went on a beer tasting tour and had some of Belgium's best beers - Met a Canadian dude, 6 Russian chicks and an American -Went back to the bar tenders house for kick-ons with all the Russian girls. Saw the biggest bag ...
... the very back of this historic building. Its spacious interior rooms are lit by the 9 foot tall windows set into the 14 foot high walls adorned with handsome moldings running around the ceiling’s perimeter of each room. Both the living room with a farm table that would easily entertain 8 guests and the bedroom which holds a queen sized bed and a set of bunks (wish we could have had guests!) have ornately carved fireplaces lined with Delft tiles. We can only dream about ...
... Otherwise, be prepared for a fairly full boat. Less is definitely more in this case. The guide is informative, but a bit monotonous. Sailing down the canals, it adds to the imagination of what life was like back in the medieval times.
From the waterways to the streets, it was a day of wandering and exploring new streets. Streets without shops feel truer to past days, while shopping streets are filled with almost an ...