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- Multilingual staff
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... were many references to the movie 'In Brugge'. I'll be watching that movie when I get home. Today I hired a bike along with two other people from the hostel. All up we cycled 45km. Normally I would be ok with that distance. But the bikes we were on are designed for leisurely short rides. By the time we got back home our legs and backsides were quite sore. (For those interested in looking at the map) We rode from Brugge to Damme along the ...
... as cheap and delicious thick cut fries are available from street stalls all hours and come covered in an assortment of condiments, many of which I had never heard of before. Including andolaise. Sweet, sour, creamy, citrusey, confusing andolaise.
I am, luckily, there during a monthly meeting of the moustache club. It's members wear matching jackets and hats, drink beer and, of course, compare moustaches.
... than practising a few hard stares at children who ventured into our path we emerged unscathed. In the distance we saw what lloked like a Belgium version of stone henge albeit a rather bright orange. Wandering through it it was more like a giant's collection of discarded cans but it was interesting. In the town centre we watching boats go through locks and bridges raise and lower as they passed. It was all very relaxing and ...
... It is 84m tall and has 366 steps leading to the top, which Joe and I climbed today (one struggling more then the other). Nowhere near as tall as the Dom in Cologne (which i would never climb ever again!) but the steps get mighty narrow at the top! The canals throughout the town are lovely and we saw quite a lot of boats doing canal tours, which would have been beautiful if they weren't choc-a-block full of tourists. Brugge is known for ...
... streets and bridges are more reminiscent of those found in Hamburg or Amsterdam. The heart of the city, the pedestrianised Market Square, combines both Gothic and Neo-Gothic styles while the Romanesque and French Gothic Our Lady’s Church is better known for housing Michelangelo’s marble Madonna and the 15th century tombs of the Duke of Burgundy. When we got there, our group was introduced to our guide, Bob. Bob was an older gentleman whose English was ...