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... Fields museum and beautiful buildings. It is very pretty to walk on the old ramparts all around the city. At one of the city gates they hold a last post ceremony. They have held it every night at 8pm since ww1. When we were there they told the story of two brothers that died on the exact date 100 years ago. It was very moving and the echo of the last post off the memorial walls gave me ...
... we headed back into town. We visited a church where a vial of Jesus's blood is stored, we climbed the 366 steps up to the top of the belfort (totally worth it) and then had some triple fry chips smothered in mayonnaise and then it was onto the chocolate museum. The chocolate museum is the Belgian version of Cadbury world. If you have done one chocolate museum you have done them all. The bonus was the one free praline chocolate. You. An also by a combined ...
... Handzame. Our landlady, Marie-Therese, was just finishing the cleaning and preparing of the house for us. We had a long chat (and a pot of tea) - MT's English is excellent. She worked at Middlesex Hospital in London in her younger years. Wendy made a rather splendid pasta-bake tea and in the evening we all went on a selection of the farm's extensive bike collection to look at two windmills nearby. Chilly wind blew us ...
... stone streets (note, 4 wheeler suitcases don't handle it well, and sneakers are the smartest footwear!!) Went up the 366 steps to the top of the belfry, rode horse and cart through the town and explored by foot...and did the canal ride - highlight!! Tonnes of great little shops and cafes and plenty of places to try real Belgian waffles and chocolate :-) Walked the streets all lit up, its a really beautiful place... ...
... s Finally Over."
Quite a sobering day, but very interesting given that I could probably only spout a few facts about World War I. Plus, I saw a tiny wee toad in the German cemetery.
When we got back to Bruges, most of us went to De Halve Maan brewery for a tour. The guide, Inge, was hilarious and gave us a very entertaining presentation on this particular brewery's methods. We even went up on the roof briefly, and we also had to go down stairs backward ...