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... around so we did that and then went for a swim to refresh. By the time all this was done neither Jess nor I wanted to cook so we went to the take away shop here at the campsite and got some quality Dutch fried food and some pizza and now I am sitting here feeling extremely bloated. Its going to be a real battle to force down the fruit tart with Greek yoghurt that we have for afters but I am a trooper so I will give it my best ...
... 8217;t offer tap water, only paid bottled. WHY?
After lunch we climbed the Belfry, all 366 steps. It was narrow and steep, and every time someone was coming down, you would have to stop climbing and pin yourself against the wall so they could fit down. The view from the top was excellent, Bruges still looks very much like a medieval town. The Belfry was originally constructed to be a fort, so if Bruges was invaded, they would move all the valuables ...
... steep spiral staircase. The sleeping rooms are so cute I really don't know which one to choose. So I decide to start on the first floor, having my home-made Spanish tortilla for dinner, then off to the second floor knitting a soft baby blanket in the salon, ending the journey on the third floor. Here's one of the bedrooms and includes a small shower which has a white, lace curtain to separate the ...
... can sort us out. He owns the bar we play, but unfortunately he's in India, so I'm forced to ask passing strangers to 'help a brother out!' It's like the opposite of Smith St, Collingwood, and I begin chasing after people, begging: "I'm chasing! I'm chasing!!"
“Imagine a society that subjects people to conditions that make them terribly unhappy then gives them the drugs to take away their unhappiness. Instead of removing ...
Bruges really is as beautiful as people say it is. Quaint and full of charm, but indeed extremely touristy, even in this cold weather.
I took the best kind of walking tour - with Phill, a he used to guide here a few years ago, and knows it well. If I had been left to wander about on my own I would have probably got lost seeking out the key sights or in one of the many chocolate shops, and missed ...