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... heritage status. We couldn't explain though why we wandered into one still running church to find it had some random modern art installations inside including a huge log swing hanging from the 20 meter high ceiling. There was no one really there so what do you do, you swing of course, a bit odd in a church but great fun.
There is a great movie that came out in 2009, In Brugge, a black comedy well worth a look. It has a great quote from Ray Finnes ...
... the malt room
and where they mix the hops. The beer takes about 2-3 months to ferment. At the bottling place, it goes through a second fermentation. There is a plan in the works to use a pipeline to ship the beer directly to the bottling place. They use all barley, but about 10 different malts. She then showed us the hops, which is from the cannibus ...
... restaurants and accommodation, bordering the square. Our accommodation, Huis Koning, is 2 streets and 1 canal back from the centre. the cobblestone streets take on a new meaning here - everyone rides bikes as the streets are too narrow for parking, so the cobblestones mean you need 'fat tire' bikes of the cruising type, and they just roll along over the cobbles. it looks so graceful, with locals in suits, dresses, high heels! ...
... kneeling on a lace doily. It translates into English as Sweet Belgian Mouth Cream. Hey, it's no weirder than a naked child called Mannekin Pis urinating exuberantly into the air becoming the symbol of Brussels. All in all, the only thing that could have improved our visit was if, while wandering the suburbs of Brussels in search of a train station, we had found a hat in the ditch with a picture of a donkey drinking moonshine.
After Bruges we actually spent a night back ...
... which was yummy.
Then we went to Belfort, which is the famous bell tower here. There are 366 steps to get to the top and it is a very tight windy staircase with narrow steps, so it was quite a pain to climb. Once you get to the top it is also quite *******, and you are overshadowed by the Huge bells, which still chime. The view from the top is quite good though.
Next we went to a church which allegedly ...