Hotel 't Keizershof
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... of military jeeps and tents were being shown to the public as a recreation of military life during the war. People were dressed in vintage military uniforms and explaining about the US military to the Belgians watching. There was so much emphasis placed on WWII-era military history that I'm sure that must be a part of the celebrations now.
As we moved out of the park, we moved toward the Royal Palace and the surrounding streets, where more ...
... World War because we can relate to it in a closer way. We were three very proud Canadians throughout the whole tour. As well, we met some very nice young people from Australia and from England who made the ride for the day a real delight.
Yesterday was a little chilly here. We were getting quite spoiled with the beautiful weather so far on the trip. However, we haven't been caught in any downpours, fingers crossed we sail through the next ...
... 4] of which around 20,000 live in the city centre. The metropolitan area, including the outer commuter zone, covers an area of 616 km2 (238 sq mi) and has a total of 255,844 inhabitants as of 1 January 2008.
... church was while excavating a part of the church, they found old tombs that went back to the 11th century. This was amazing. They left them where they were (after emptying the contents) and covered them with glass. You could see the frescoes on the inside of the tombs. The colours just as vivid as they were centuries ago.
After this we went to the only brewery still inside the old city. We had a tour there of how the beer is made and then followed it up ...
... for kids!
From prehistory to modern day, the museum allows you to see how people lived, worked and died.
Gentpoort - recently renovated, this medieval Brugge city gate was the first line of defence for the old city. On display is its defensive function, as well as how it was one of the four gateways for all trade coming into or going out of Brugge.
We found this gate and museum on an afternoon walk around ...