Sint Andries Cruyse
Travel Blogs from Brugge
... This site now is now shared with a few sheep quietly going about their business. Next stop was Bedford House Cemetery and again we walked over this extensive commemorative location. This cemetery has 6 separate sections and therefore covers quite a considerable area. We could find few signs of the large chateau that was originally located at this site. The small stream at the road end of the cemetery was running strongly after recent rain and we had further showers while we visited. ...
... things, got promoted afterwards. We had a good
conversation. He would not have taken me if I had just been hitching,
its much better to ask.
Took some time in the next gas
station. Met a girl hitch-hiker. She had already arranged a ride, so
we waited for the driver to come out, then we asked him if he would
like to take another one, but he said that he will take only her.
asked another driver and we ...
... motor wouldn't shut off and had obviously broken. We spent the next day getting our breakdown truck to take us to a nearby garage and had to spend the day in a larger town called Bulle, which was perfectly pleasant. A market was on and we whiled away the day browsing the stalls, eating pain au chocolats and relaxing while we waiting for the bike to be fixed. What wasn't perfectly pleasant was the bill for the work, but this was Switzerland after all!
Bike fixed and ready to ...
... had been a beautiful sunny day in Haarlem, but when we got to Bruges we got caught in a downpour. We walked 20 minutes from the train station to downtown Bruges, which was probably a stupid move on my part with my bad shoulder and carrying a 20 pound bag. However, we made it into town and they went off to do their own thing while I went to see about checking into my B&B. It was almost 14:30 when I arrived at the B&B but I was still within the window of when I said I would ...
... anything in our cabin, we headed to the exit point of the ship ensuring that we had a grip on our bags and a firmer grip around the chocolates.
The travel back was a lot easier with the roads clearer and the weather dry. ...