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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... the day and watch the people walk by.
As the sun started to set, we found our way to the Market centre and got on a horse drawn cart. Our driver was funny in his accent (think Mr Bean speaking English with a Dutch accent) and explanations as he took us on a 30 minute tour around town. It was quite a charming and romantic experience - not as tacky as it may sound! Although the ...
The weavers and spinners of Bruges were thought to be the best in the
world, and the population of Bruges grew to at least 125,000 and perhaps
up to 200,000 inhabitants at this time around ...
... interactive museum where you follow a story of one young man through Brugges in its heyday. This was really neat cause as you walk through the museum you get different smells, wind blowing, snow falling as the story is told. It gives you a very good feel for how Brugges was in the 15th century. It shows you how the town was laid out and how trade and commerce took place.
After we went through this it was time for some lunch. Now of course you know what Belgium ...
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# of trains: 25
# of flights: 3
# of monies found: 1.01 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian
... The bookcase that hid the entrance to "the annex", the walls of Anne's room covered in pictures and posters, the map her father kept of the countries being invaded by Germany... the quietness if it all was heartbreaking. After the house we ventured to this old hidden courtyard which contained the oldest wooden house in the country that was built in 1465. Of course Ari needed another donaffle, Becca more fruit juice & ...