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For those of you confused by the title of this blog entry, you may need to watch the black comedy In Bruges starring Colin Farrrell and Ralph Finnes. While there is a bit of crassness to the statement, it actually very true - Bruges is the closest thing to a real life fairytale we've ever seen. Day 1: After getting the train from Brussels to Bruges (just under an hour) we walked to our airbnb accommodation situated just outside the old city gate. While we ...
... a constant beacon for any lost wanderer. Quaint shops, cafes, and secret doorways adorn each street, whilst tourists and locals blend effortlessly together, sharing the marvels before them.
Having swiftly dealt with the small issue of someone sleeping in my bed, I dropped my bag and did what any lone traveller is entitled to do. I got lost. With the belfry acting as my watched guider, I submerged myself in to the tiny alleys that twist and turn as if ...
... the beach but in the end we found it and a good nights camping spot, away from the crowds, the campground was full. It rained and in the morning it wasn't that warm but anyway we head into town and look around a bit, nothing is open, just one or two shops but nothing of interest. We have a walk along the main beach, there is 4 rows of little beach huts and they spoil the look of the beach.
We found an information centre and drove the ...
... of the city from the ramparts at the top, and it even houses a torture museum, with torture devices and images on display. And the canals of the city are lined by historic churches, guildhalls and houses. Many of them have been left to age and crumble naturally, giving the city a much more authentic and natural feel than Bruges.
The final city I went to in Belgium was Antwerp, where I couchsurfed with Yannick. He had just ...
... looking around for a while, we set off on the long awaited beer mission, to find as many beers to try as possible and to try and find a tiny bar hidden away on a secret back street.
First bar we went to was called 2be. The place was decorated with beer crates on the ceiling and every type of beer you could ever want, with the all important matching glass. We chose a dark beer called Jacob from the menus that were dangling from ...