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... every night at 8pm. The gate has the names of 56,000 allied soldiers who were killed in action in this area, but have no grave. The kids did an impromptu performance of O Valliant Heart under the gate.
We made an all too brief visit to the Flanders Fields Museum, where you could easily spend half a day browsing the touching, brutal and sometimes disturbing exhibits, before our lunch booking (roast pork, potato croquettes, veg and gravy).
On our ...
... creating great art, architecture and engineering over the centuries, while a seemingly equal amount went into waging war and destroying much of it in the process. However it was interesting to learn that apparently Hitler appreciated the Vimy Ridge monument as a work of art and ordered that it not be harmed in WW2.
We arrived in Bruges in the late afternoon and had a little trouble finding the right parking lot from which we were supposed to take a bus ...
... on further into the city. We found the square, surrounded by the standard set of souvenir shops and ice cream shops, but also accompanied by an army of chocolate shops and more than your average amount of comics. We found the mannequin pis, I had been previously been told it was small, but it still seems a bit over-rated when you see it for real. Especially since the plumbing is very visible and was through a pipe that seems to come ...
... seriously - if Mijnheer or Mevrouw merely utter a word about their recent travels - make any excuse, disappear into the public bar, start jogging, feign serious illness - but do anything to escape their clutches. These two are dangerous - imagine a slide show of a holiday taken some thirty years ago given by your favourite great aunt but a thousand times worse. These old aged travellers are to be feared and avoided, they are heavily armed with 2 years ...
I caught the tram and the metro to get to the main train station for my train to bruge. And who do I bump into on the tram but the one person I know in Brussels, Eleanor! The day was quite foggy and cold even though it was supposed to be the best day of the week. It took about an hour to reach. Bruge is small and very easy to wander around. Apart from the fact that the city is filled with chocolate shops, which is always going to win over my heart ...