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... water was absolutely freezing. Of course Toby then dares me knowing I couldn't resist, I couldn't say no. Still a bit tipsy from all the great tasting Belgium beers we had in Bruges I decided to do it stripping down into my boxers and running into the water. I must have been a little drunk, everyone knows how much I hate cold water. Once inside, the water was rough and murky the waves crashing against me. Everyone on the beach must have thought I was a mental ...
... buggy are taking tourists around Bruges, some people are wheeling around on Segways, lots of people are getting around on push bikes and mopeds. Hundreds of people are sitting or walking. We watch the buildings change as it gets dark. The illumination of the old buildings is lovely. It makes for a romantic setting. We slowly graze through our meals, sipping our drinks not wanting the evening to end. But the waiter starts packing away the table decorations and turns ...
... so we gave up on that too. For lunch we found a little restaurant near the Markt and had coffee and Belgian waffles.
The whole town was very clean with no litter to be seen and the buildings were all old-fashioned with very few modern looking buildings, the town itself didn't have many cars as most people got around by either walking, going on the horse and tram or ...
... them there briefly before they departed and it was nice to spend some time with my brother before struggling to get back due to public transport cancellations (as per). As soon as we returned we went straight to the theatre and had a tech rehearsal. Straight into getting all dressed up and met my family for a lovely meal in the restaurant. Even managed to fit in a cheeky family portrait on the stairwell. ...
... cloth market in northern Europe. By the 16th century, silt clogged the harbor and killed the economy. Like so many small-town wonders, Bruges is well-pickled because its economy went sour. But rediscovered by modern-day tourists, Bruges thrives. This uniquely well-preserved Gothic city is no secret. But even with crowds, it's the kind of city where you don't mind being a ...