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... consisting of mayonnaise, ketchup and raw onion! Later in the day we sat in the market square and watched one of the concerts and had a beer! Yes I actually drank some believe it or not! Belgium beer is much more pleasant than Aussie beer. About 5pm we decided to call it a day. Rather than go back to the B&B we decided to take a drive to the coast and see the North Sea. We drove to Oostende where it was cold and raining lightly. Saw the ...
... told us it. We then drove through France to get the ferry back to England. Once there it was back on another bus to get through to London to the hostel where it first started for the people who had been on the full 29day tour. Sarah and Ben, this awesome couple that actually got engaged in Switzerland during the tour, had decided they would stay in a hotel that night and couldn't get their money back from the hostel so I ended up taking ...
... 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">And also, all our other recuperating friends - Geoff B, Geoff C, Sabra C, Phil Watkins in Melbourne....pull yer fingers out, you bunch of lily-livered snivlers! Get better!
... in Brugge was De Halve Maan brewery. We went on a tour that was capped off by some of the brewery's excellent internationally award winning beer. They had versions ranging from 6% to 11% alcohol (Patrick you would love this place). We also visited a bar that claimed to be the oldest in Brugge. The owners were documented all the way back to 1515. Inside we had some more beers from other parts of Belgium and talked to an older couple ...
... to Brugge, albeit at least an hour after the GPS's initial prediction time.
Brugge is a little town, cobbled roads, narrow streets and old houses. It was beautiful to drive through - the streets made very little sense (1 way streets, lots of circle routes), but definitely a beautiful place. It is described on the Internet as the Venice of the North, but we did not afford it enough time to properly explore its beauty.
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