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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 ...
I’ve already mentioned that there is no natural light in an inside cabin. As soon as the lights are switched off, it becomes pitch black. Not a chink of light from any corner of the cabin. Why then, when I got up in the middle of the night to pop to the toilet, did I put my glasses on??! Unless they were army surplus night vision goggles (which they weren’t) it wasn’t going to enhance my sight by one iota!
And so to our ...
... Mike's favorite was the Half Moon Brew Tour, a Beer Mans dream, it's a family run Brewery, and you definitely get your Money's worth; free tasting at the end! We are a late lunch/ early dinner at a wonderful spot, Mike treated me to lobster, after walking in the misty rain all day; it was delicious! Haha; hopefully I walked it off today!! We are having a great time; my "gifted children" keep me on my toes, and I do love them so; I sleep like a rock at night! enjoy the ...
I left Paris with a broken heart and a horrible chesty cough. I didn't want to leave France but I was also excited about what the medieval town of Bruges had to offer.
On the bus we watched "In Bruges" which stars Colin Farrell. I've seen it before and enjoyed it so I curled up on my two seats and napped in and out for the next couple of hours waking for different scenes including one where Colin's character says "If I was retarded and grew up on a farm I'd love Bruges. ...
Our last entry left us in Canterbury on the South East part of the English coast. While this post is a wee bit late and is being completed in the Belgium sunshine on the outskirts of Bruges. In between there has been some of the greatest adventures of our trip as yet.
From Canterbury we continued our tour of the coastline, including the town of Sandwich. Yes, this is where our now food staple was reportedly 'invented' as a Baron slapped meat between two pieces ...
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