Hotel de Goezeput
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Hello from Gent ( or Ghent) Belgium,
One of our wishes on this trip was to get a good look at the Canadian battlefields and memorials in this part of the world. Almost all of the heavy fighting from WWI and the D Day fighting occurred in this area of Europe. After leaving Mount St. Michel, we decided to take a quick trip to Giverny . It was in Giverny that Monet painted his most famous series of waterlillies. The actual small town of Giverny is quite picturesque and we ...
... on the road for half an hour and it cleared up.We will probably stay here for 2 or 3 nights. then we will be going back into France and stay at the La Chamaire park for a couple of nights before we have to board the ferry back to Dover. So here we are in Brugge, washing done again and ready to go into Brugge. We will let you know if it is everything you said it is Graham. am sure it is.
A lovely easy day today.
... from one side to the other about every kilometer. I believe there are about 45 bridges in Bruges. I'm fairly certain that Brugge means bridge in Flemish, which is what the people in that area of the country speak. We probably saw about 20 of those bridges.
When we finally found our hostel, we found out that the reception area is closed from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm. Naturally, it was ...
... of the Holy Blood. In the 1300's a vial came to Brugge that is supposed to contain the blood of Jesus. Every day they bring it out for people to watch it change from a solid to a liquid during an hour of the afternoon. Today it was between 2 and 3pm. Scientists say it does that because of the afternoon temperature change.
Our lodgings for this evening were in a large dorm room at the Snuffle Hostel. We have ...
... Magritte Museum would be moving there in 2008. D'oh! We also visited the official mascot of Brussels, the Mannekin Pis statue. Amazing that a little statue draws so much attention, but there we were, among the people milling about a little naked statue! Sometimes he is dressed when special visitors bring clothing. Not this time though...he was naked. And *******. Didn't hang out too much at our hotel. The ...