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... decided to try my luck with that. “Could I have one return ticket
to Brugge please?” I asked the little old man at the ticket station. Beaming he
said “Of course you can!” and proceeded to take my $25 euros (ouch) and issue
me a ticket
Amazed at this country where people not only understand me immediately
but every transaction is so simple I sail downstairs to the platform where the
man had said to go and read the ...
... and only served in the tiny pub where it’s made. Then we’ll be headed to De Halve Maan brewery, which is the only active brewery left in Bruges (and has been there since 1546!!!). We might even make a stop at the Love Lake. According to our “Young Travellers” map, it’s a “place to kiss.” Good thing everyone already thinks we’re a young married couple since we have the same last name? Sorry Nick and Gaby!
... the place or more filled with women. Then again, it actually shouldn't have surprised me because women know that's where all the men will be, so their odds are good. I just wonder if they thought the "goods" were odd (haha). What women have to realise is that when it comes to football (both American and the real football), men will always be more focused on the game. And since football doesn't have commercial breaks until halftime, chances for women to engage ...
... n'est pas la plus petite de l'Europe et il nous a d'abord fallu du temps pour trouver la sortie. En fait il y en avait plusieurs. A un moment nous nous sommes demandées si nous allions réussir à quitter cette gare. Mais tout est bien qui finit bien - voilà Thierry et sa voiture! Après de bonnes embrassades nous y prenons place et départ pour la maison à Uccle.
Et voilà nous retrouvons toute la petite famille. ...
... showed us how to put our cheese on it and stick in between the two levels of the Raclette to melt it. In the meantime, we all mashed up our potatoes and cut up the rest of our toppings. When the cheese was bubbly, you took it out and laid it on top of your mixture to mix it all together. They also had raw eggs you could fry on the top part of the Raclette, which made the mixture even better. It was such simple food, but so delicious and fun. I couldn't love anything ...