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campsites charge you for everything. It’s a basic charge for the site, then
another charge for the hot shower, then another for the internet and then on
top of it some don’t even supply toilet paper. A shower can be from 0.50 – 1.00
Euro for 2 minutes and internet can be as much as 6.50 Euro for 3 hours.
Multiply by R14.00 to the Euro and one begins to get a bit ****** off.
Consequently, no internet for a few days.
... you name it, these flemish where into it. The more modern impressionist stuff was much tamer, landscapes and still life, etc. Much more soothing, even if it was impressionist stuff For the record I did find Gruuthuse museum. It was jus just next door but it was closed for renovations. I gave up on my recommended walk and started meandering. I came across the St Salvator cathedral. Yet another domineering belfry, they love they're towers in this town. The church was beautiful. ...
... the maze of cobble stone streets, we finally reached the main square called Markt. It seems like every other shop is a chocolatier or lace shop. Most of the chocolatiers offer you free chocolate to entice you in so I can safely say we've been in most of the chocolate shops in Brugge. Most shops make their own chocolate in the back so each shops chocolate tastes a little bit different. We planned to go back to our favorite and buy ...
The adventure begins... Our flight left Fresno at 5:45 am on July 25 and we arrived in Brussells, Belgium just after 7:00 am on July 26 and hopped on a train for Brugge. After a very long flight and a time difference of 8 hours, I felt (and probably looked like) a zombie! The fatigue was quickly forgotten when we reached the historical heart of the city, Markt. The square is lined with regal buildings, ornate and gilded. The city square buildings are ...
... a bit more. We went to the food market which was taking place in the market square, and we bought some giant strawberries. Then we treated ourselves to lunch in a small restaurant where we had a 3-course menu! I ate a cheese croquette, mussels and chips and then ice cream, which was very scrummy! We then went back to the dodgems from the day before, and were terrified by three Flemish men who were determined to bump us out of our cars! We spent the whole time screaming and ...