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... a drunken sailor.
It was a lovely day (cue TORRENTIAL RAIN). We meander about and see the main sights before have a few drinks in the hostel bar and wandering the streets. When we hit the main square we stumble across a light and dramatic classical music show in the grand square.
The following day we stop at Ghent on the way to Brugge. Of course we get food and more beers and linger over a long ...
Today we went to sea park in blankenburge. It had a lot of animals like seals,otters,penguins,turtles and lots more. We watched a show where the seals did lots of cool and clever tricks with there trainer . After that we played mini golf. dad and mum drew, sammy came second and I came last. Last but not least we went to the shop and food court. I had a red ...
... She came over to me and asked if I had taken her photo and I explained that I did and that I thought she was going to go right into the fountain. Next thing I know both she and her boyfriend seemed to want us to take their picture in the fountain, so they both got in and we took their photos (see our photos from today).
Finally, it was time to make the last push into Bruges, which is only about an hour from Ypres. We arrived in Bruges ...
... and chocolate, as well as the brewery. It's our 30th
aniversary so, we will have a nice dinner to celebrate.
Yesterday we rode into Brugge (1.5
miles) and took a canal boat tour. Our guide would first speak to us
in English, then in French and finally in Dutch. I don't know how he
keep everything straight. The half hour tour cost 14 euros or $17.22
US but, we felt that it was worth every cent.
We continue ...
... a pretty great experience: first, the shower was in the bar, so she had to walk through all the people to get there. Second, there was no light. Third, there was no temperature control. Fourth, she had to pull on a chain the entire time to keep the water running. Needless to say, Jeremy and I decided to just stay unclean until reaching Brussels. The next morning (Monday 6-27), we woke up early to get breakfast at the hostel. It was the ...