Duc de Bourgogne
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Antique, but fantastic view. Don't miss the breakfast in the dining room. If you're a morning bird, you will get the best place.
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We took a flight from Berlin to Brussels in the early morning, and took a train to Brugges afterwards. Unfortunately, the weather was not so nice, it was raining most of the time. However, we got a chance to take a canal boat tour, which stops while raining.
Brugges is a nice city with friendly people speaking English, French and Dutch. …
... feet) and a canal system. Many substantial churches although we only found one actually operating on a Sunday ! Worth the visit to church – the pipe organ was being played well by an unseen organist .
In the main Markt Square (yes – Markt), a large community brass band pounding out a good Germanic marching beat. Couldn't help myself – had to get down there and share it.
Father's Day ...
... the day by strolling in that direction. The first stop being the Basilica of the Holy Blood. This basilica claims to have some of the blood of Christ in a relic that they apparently show once per day (we did not stick around to see that though). The basilica itself has two chapels (the upper and lower). The lower chapel is medieval, while the upper chapel has been rebuilt in the 19th century. It was very interesting.
From there we walked through the Markt Square to the ...
... unfortunately we again only had four hours before leaving for our four hour drive home. We were a bit under an hour late after negotiating everything that could possibly get in our way, a car accident, Parisians enjoying their stroll down the middle of the streets in order to catch the sun streaming into the narrow gap between the buildings and a garbage truck that had felt a need to empty bins at peak hour in the Paris CBD. C'est la vie ...
... fish and produce market and were quickly wishing that we had a way to cook. The variety of seafood and produce was quite impressive. We also took an afternoon to go out to the island of Murano to visit the Museum of Glass (slightly underwhelming as most of it is being renovated right now), and to window shop at the various glass makers' boutiques. In between all of our sight seeing, we visited several of Venice's bars, trattorias, and restaurants. We quickly learned that ...