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... on display in the church and is basically a tube containing a piece of cloth with Jesus' blood. Interesting!
And lastly I toured the Frites Museum. This museum tells you all about potatoes and how Belgium created the french fry, or maybe not, but those living in Belgium say they make the best frites.
The rest of the late afternoon I spent wandering the streets looking in all the little shops. Each lace ...
... here for a visit, it’s the sort of place that you can spend days just wandering the streets and canals, soaking in the culture. It was a fantastic change from Paris, where a lot of the people were pushy and rude. Everyone in Brugge was laid-back and just intent on enjoying life, the only exception being the occasional grumpy old man who rang the bell on his bike madly to make the silly tourists let him through. But I can’t rave enough about this beautiful town, ...
... doing fine but not up for that many stairs. But for the first while we were there the carillon was playing all sorts of recognizable songs. We decided we were ready for morning tea so had coffee and a pancake at one of the restaurants looking out onto the Markt and just absorbed it all. The sky was looking very stormy and like rain but we were so lucky – it never did rain and by early afternoon the sun was shining.
We meandered around ...
... If you are planning to visit Bruges, the best advice I can give you (aside from the obvious - beer and waffles) is make sure you stay the night. At night, Bruges becomes something truly special. Each street like something from a medieval fairy tale; the market square a festival of sound and sights; the canals beautifully brought to life by light as the shadows of swans dance on the gorgeous brick buildings that run alongside. Around every corner truly lies the ...
... kids on a school trip. Every street we walked down we saw young English kids on a trip. I wish I could have gone to another country when I was a young kid with my school, European kids are so lucky!
Once Djuna got back from school her and I went back into the village to shop and she showed me some of her favourite places to hangout.
In the evening, we went once again to the village (haha) and met with Jaey and Djuna's dad, step ...