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... over to make room receiving a grateful smile and ‘Danke.” I thought-, “German speakers to the left.’ And started attempting to construct a greeting or question in German in my head to use with them later. Meanwhile Dan was having his own problems.
“She keeps hitting me with her backpack,” he whispered his eyes narrowed in annoyance. I looked over at the ‘backpack’ and ...
... everything in my purse and walked back. There are these maps that locals make for hostel travelers and they are very useful. They tell you cheap restaurants and where to go for beer and such. They also tell you how to be a local...Now, i have mixed feelings on that. Yes, i want to blend in as much as i can because i am by myself, but im not going to try and be a local when im clearly not. At lunch i met a boy from Mexico and Joe from Austria. Nice guys. Both ...
... beer. The Beguinage is a group of houses around a little garden covered with large poplar trees. It has been there the last seven centuries lived the beguines of Bruges. In 1937 the beguinage became a monastery for the Benedictine sisters who still live here now. Bruges Town Hall, built between 1376 and 1420 is one of the oldest in the Low Countries. The Grote Markt, or Market Square in Bruges. This square was used as a marketplace since 958, and a ...
... somewhere that the winner of the competition would get to perform on the main stage at the end of the cruise. Whether this was true or not I didn’t know at that time but I thought I’d at least go up to the Sky Lounge and watch what was going on. I hadn’t decided whether I would sing that evening or not – that would depend on other people and how I was feeling at the time. I left the others to try to find The Sky Lounge again. I know they were ...
... s name in French, and this is most certainly not the French-speaking part of Belgium; rather, it’s Flemish, so the locals prefer Brugge.
I arranged a small-bus tour of Flanders for the following day. The guide, Philippe, was full of knowledge about his native region and the impact World War I had (and continues to have) on it. We visited several battlefields, cemeteries, memorials, a dugout and trench system, pill-boxes ...
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