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... of Bruges, the Civil
Registry, and the City Archive. The
Basilica of the Holy Blood was in this square.
We were allowed to view the inside from a balcony area which was unusual
since there was a Mass being said. The
interior of the Church was ornate with amazing stained glass windows. Since the sun was shining so brightly today,
even though the temperatures are not warm, the sparkle of the stained glass was
... and we could not count the number of yachts in there. We then arrived at Brunisse the mussel capital of Zeeland where we found somewhere to tie up whilst we found the hafenmeister. A man on his boat told us we were OK to stay there until the hafenmeister came and then they will say if we could stay or move but that they would not be here until 5pm.
After a quick G&T we went for ...
A sunny Monday morning at our cottage near Handzame in West Flanders. The plan is to go on the train to Bruges, more usually known to locals as Brugge. My team is still asleep, so I am taking advantage of our landlady's Wifi to try and put something of our holiday on the blog. We had a morning at the house - domestic tasks and revision - before the short drive to Kortemark station and the train to Bruges. Purchase of tickets from machine ...
... See, I had been craving tortellini for a long time. When I saw it on the menu, I was like "OH MY GOSH TORTELLINI OMNOMNOM."
Now that I think of it, there are lots of foods that I'm craving (I'm a vegetarian, btw). Pumpkin pie, tofurkey subs with LOTS of mayonnaise (I LOVE MAYO), veggie brats, key lime pie, baked potatoes with sour cream, and other things! I'm especially craving a tofurkey ...
... a much greater egg content and were very delicious. In the evening the kids went on a scavenger hunt for Belgian chocolate and the adults visited a Belgian brewery. One of the instructions for the scavenger hunt was to find three chocolates that represented something experienced on the trip. Alexis chose an umbrella shaped chocolate (for the rain), a horse shaped chocolate (for the animals we saw), and a poppy shaped chocolate (for the poppy ...