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... of The Land of the Hobs. Ice Magic takes the visitor into the mythology of dwarves, elves, fairies, hunters, magicians and devilish figures in a world that is as fantastic as it is mysterious. It includes surprising characters and animals, which live in their own hidden world surrounded by inhospitable nature and mysterious forests etc. as well as appealing and spirited figures that emerge from ...
... story of about seven different videos in different rooms and it gave you a real sense of how the city evolved. We thoroughly recommend it to our readers, if you ever get the chance to visit Brugge. From here we boarded the tourist bus which gave us a 50 minute tour around Brugge. We then walked and walked along the city streets exploring many many sites we had seen on the bus. By now it was 4.30 pm and time to ...
... swans and horse driven carts.
Having managed to check in early and dump our stuff in our room, we wandered down the street and stumbled across a little market. Laura browsed some items, eyed off a scarf, and we moved on towards the chocolate museum. New scarf snug around Laura's neck, we arrived at the chocolate museum, Choco-Story, and learnt many things about chocolate and it's history. ...
Friday the thirteenth and going through the Chunnel. Joanne thought this was pushing our luck but it all went fine. Took the tube to St Pancras Int'l train station. We checked in, bags through security and cleared passport control, all in about 5 minutes. I wasn't sure where or if we would need to go through a customs or passport check but you do it in London and then just walk off the train in Belgium or Paris or wherever.
We stopped first at Brussels and had to change ...
... be anti-war, but it turns into a call to avenge the death of one's countrymen. It was pretty amazing to be in the spot that inspired it.
Then we visited the local German cemetery. Unlike the British cemeteries with their white, upright headstones, the German cemetery had only flat markers and a large mass grave. It's not a pit, but instead a vault containing rows and rows of boxes buried eight across and three deep full of the remains of German soldiers. Some of the names ...
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