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... statue (see the pictures for an image, and a description). What you can't see though, is how run down the church itself is. They are currenly renovating it, and it really needs it.
I couldn't hold her back any longer. I went for a rest, and Teresa went to do some shopping.
Having a rest now, and off to dinner for my birthday.
Thanks everyone for your wishes (except those who didn't !!!)
In the 15th century, Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy, set up court in Bruges, as well as Brussels and Lille, attracting a number of artists, bankers, and other prominent personalities from all over Europe.
... Tower where we went to a Carillon concert on the second night.
There are tourists everywhere but it's still not overcrowded. Did a long walk in the drizzling rain on the second day and saw lots of canals, very old houses and windmills.
David hired a bike and rode 45 Kms to Zeebrugge, the port for Brugge. He said it was windswept and not attractive like ...
... couple of other mishaps and adventures today. Returning from De Haan, we discovered a road construction project in our path in Stalhille. In Canada, there would have been a detour. In Belgium, there was a totally demolished road with at least 200 feet of soft sand and gravel, a four-foot deep ditch across the road, and heavy equipment in the way. We successfully walked our bikes across the sand and gravel, and carried them across the ditch to ...
... but I must say that the Bailey's Irish Cream was my personal favorite.
Sometimes the best souvenirs you can get for a trip are the edible ones. Given the fact that we were backpacking our way through Belgium and Amsterdam, buying them and carrying them with us made it a bit impractical, so we opted to try a few there instead and to blog about them. Eating them there is also a memorable experience- the difficult decisions involved ...