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... and the reality started separating. In our image we were all riding easily around the countryside on the flatlands and it was all good. In reality we were riding next to the North Sea and the winds were coming into our faces at a fair rate of knots and it was quite an effort. We rode about 7kms into this wind, stopping once for a break and a snack to keep us going and then getting to a lighthouse and stopping again and ...
... around a bit and get us in the same room – score! Oh lordy, the stairs at this place are a killer! They are doing renovations at the moment, so some parts are old and charming, and some parts are new and funky. I’d like to return and see how it turns out. There is a great common area at Lybeer. It has couches that you sink into, huge ornate mirrors, a large sound system and a small bar. It’s a great spot to meet people, and as Joanna put it: ...
Bag Lady~ many have joked about me when it comes to my travel luggage. And I can't blame them. I used to fill up a huge suitcase for a one week beach holiday in Greece as a teenager and barely stay beneath the weight limit (cuz seriously what do you need besides a bikini, dress and sunglasses??). As the years passed by, wisdom & skills were gained and my luggage slimmed. But today somehow it ...
... the coast line as well. Along the way we saw this huge canal crossing where the whole highway was stopped for a boat to cross. The fort was right near the beach and was built in a hexagon shape as Napoleon thought they were going to be invaded by the british at any time we later discovered that the fort became part of the atlantic wall too. May as well.
Had a big history day today there is so much to see in Europe and it just makes it come alive, as I know ...
... stock up of euro food, but unfortunately we forgot it was a Sunday, and everything was shut! Luckily, our detour made us find a stadium, much to the delight of Sherif!
We got to the ferry too early but were able to board an earlier one, which was a lot less choppy than the one on the way out.
Brugge is a brilliant place to visit and there is definitely much more to see there, so another trip will be in order sometime soon!