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... hand sewn lace and more chocolate shops than you can count.
From the Burg, where we saw the gorgeous city hall, we walked along the Rozenhoedkaai which may be one of the most beautiful views. I think it makes the perfect postcard.
We paused for lunch and had the traditional Brugge lunch of mussels steamed in aromatics, french fries, and (of course) a local beer.
After that yummy lunch, we headed over to the Church of our Lady. This ...
Today we started the second leg of the road trip that will eventually take us from Amsterdam to Paris! The first leg of this trip, from Amsterdam to Bruges (Belgium) also includes stops in Flanders Field (Ypres) and Kinderdijk (windmills). Dad has really been looking forward to this part of the trip, as Bruges has been on his Bucket List for a while now.
The day started by simply getting the apartment cleaned up and loading up the van. ...
... you've corresponded with for years for the first time. The bits all fit together, but maybe not in the way you were expecting, but the end result isn't wrong so much as it is pleasantly surprising, with a side helping of gentle confusion.
Today was not planned as a museum day, though certainly there are several in the city and we could have thoroughly enjoyed ourselves in them. However, after our massive 3-in1 + 1 set yesterday, we ...
... the peaks in the distance, and of course, Lake Lugano. Our hotel was in the town center, on the main pedestrian shopping street, and the rooms were filled with woodwork done by the owner. We found a place for a late lunch, ordered what we thought were sandwiches, and ended up getting semi-quesadillas - our "sandwich" fillings were melted in tortillas. An unexpected, but nice, change of pace. We took a boat tour around the lake, and got off in the small town of Gandria to have a drink ...
... to have a piece of cloth with the Blood of Jesus Christ on it. The Basilica itself was beautiful, but it was cool to see this relic and the altar that they had it on as well.
On the way to the city park, we walked down a "chocolate street," that had shop after shop full of Belgian chocolate. The best part is that most of them give out free samples, so if you walk in, and look around for a bit, you can pretty much get as ...