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... for lace making, a lovely thing for which to be acknowledged. The art is dying out as it is very expensive to train the artists who make the lacework, but here one an still buy traditional lace wedding gowns, parasols, doilies, dresses, table runners, shawls, whatever is desired. But do not expect to be able to do this in a decade or so unless you want your lace made by machines.
In addition to the ...
... is famous today because Brendan Gleeson jumped from it in a movie. A simple walk up 366 narrow steps leads to the top of the belfry, and a few strategic breaks along the way allow views of the tower's intricate automated carillon as it plays a rotating series of musical pieces (which are swapped out with new ones periodically).
Following our less-than-relaxing ascent of the Belfort, Bram bid farewell and Jaclyn and I headed to De Halve ...
... is in the bottom bed!!
The next morning I woke up feeling absolutely terrible. I had the worst hangover complete with a killer headache. I had paracetamol but I didn't think I could stomach it so I stayed in bed and tried to sleep it off.
At around noon I woke again and thought about getting up but the dorm room was just so dark and cozy and I was utterly buggered from those 3 full days of site seeing in Paris that I decided to just stay in bed for a ...
... and my day with the Kiwi's I met Elsie and Lauren. We did a bike ride through the town the next morning and then I took off for Amsterdam. It seems like everyone in Bruges came from or was going to Amsterdam. Elsie and I were both going to Amsterdam that day so we took the train together. Lauren was also going there, but she had a bus pass so we met up with her later that ...
I have taken a little too long for writing in this blog and a lot of great things have happened so I guess I better try and catch up!
I was so happy that Andy came and visited the weekend of the 22nd as well as the following weekend (I got to hang out with him Sept 30th and Oct 1st as well). We had a really nice time! I was happy to be able to show one of my family members where I work in Brugge as well as the city I live ...