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Left Waterloo and travelled west to Ghent. The road is a freeway that is lined with thick vegetation so it is not possible to view the countryside. There were a lot of trucks on the road and travelling was a series of interchanges until well out of Brussels. Arriving in Ghent we managed to drive right into the old town and get a public park in a small square. ...
... had caused the city to lose its direct access to
the sea. A storm in 1134, however, re-established this access, through
the creation of a natural channel at the Zwin. The new sea arm stretched all the way to Damme, a ...
... and Highlanders graves. And the graves whose families had paid extra to have extra message on the headstones. Once again all was immaculately kept. Our final stop of the day was the Menin Gate in Ypres. 55000 names of men who were missing at the end of the war. It's crazy that it took years before a peace treaty was reached! There was so much we did on this trip, too much to put on one blog! A day well spent. I only wish we had gone prepared with poppies. ...
... is the self-proclaimed 172 year old vampire within. Unfortunately, Willy Retsin’s Lucifernum – complete with coffin display – would not be open until tomorrow. One to note, I thought.
Instead, I pushed on to Burg, nestled neatly next to the Markt. I had come to get as close to Jesus Christ as many people on Earth ever could. As I entered the square, The Basilica of Holy Blood stood out immediately - its deep, dark gothic fašade adorned ...
... s Finally Over."
Quite a sobering day, but very interesting given that I could probably only spout a few facts about World War I. Plus, I saw a tiny wee toad in the German cemetery.
When we got back to Bruges, most of us went to De Halve Maan brewery for a tour. The guide, Inge, was hilarious and gave us a very entertaining presentation on this particular brewery's methods. We even went up on the roof briefly, and we also had to go down stairs backward ...