Sint Andries Cruyse
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... rides, 17th century houses converted into restaurants and cafes, as well as the 13th century Belfry with its 47 bells and 83m tower. Bruges is also referred to as the Venice of Belgium. Brugge has a population of 120,000 people of which many are students.
The Lonely Planet writes: "If you set out to design a fairy-tale medieval town it would be hard to improve on central Bruges. Picturesque cobbled lanes and canals link exceptionally photogenic ...
... with a narrow, steep staircase of 366 steps leading to the top of the 83m high tower, which leans about a metre to the East! It was a beautiful view from the top, but oh so cold!
Waffles and chocolate: I love waffles. Lunch was a waffle with chocolate sauce and strawberries. Dylan had a packet of peanut m&ms from the supermarket. He really is so cultured. We did then buy some traditional Belgian chocolates to try. I don't ...
... the Flanders' fields.
Apparently the term 'to chat' apparently came from the description that men in the trenches used to explain the removal or picking of life from their clothes. So next time you're 'chatting ' wit h someone, think twiceTomorrow we leave for France for two weeks and I'm sure that there will be plenty more to see and experience and appreciate.
As we are staying here in a hostel above a ...
We finished our boat trip at 9.00am and ordered a taxi to take us to our accommodation, Aragon Apartments, a part of the Hotel Aragon. Perfect location, (a short walk to the 3 of the squares that contain all of the tourist sites) restaurants, souvenier shops, canal trips and sighteeing bus.
Our apartment was really nice, however it didn't have washing facilities and only 1 bathroom for ...
Waking up at 7:30 without the sun was not fun. I forgot about that because the sun rose at the same time every day in Quito and we did not have daylight savings. We had a quick breakfast and made the cold walk to the train station. Today we took the recommendation of pretty much everyone who had been to Belgium and made our way to a town northwest of Brussels called Bruges (Brugge).
An hour and a half later we walked from the train station and ...