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Today I woke up pretty early so I could finally do my laundry! It's the little things in life...like clean underwear. While my laundry was in the washer I stepped outside and almost froze to death. I quickly made my way to the nearest store that had a sale sign on the window and began browsing for some warmer clothes. I ended up buying a really cute pair of tights for only 7 euro and a tiny shirt with a tiny sweater! They really are tiny. ...
... and browse the artwork. Some guy called Memling: A famous Flemish artist. As it was an old hospital they also had some early medical equipment which was a bit scary, especially since they didn't have anaesthetic. We continued the tour through the streets, identifying the major points of interest and orientating ourselves to the town. Brugge is a medieval town that some people have said has been pickled because it has retained a lot of its character. It used ...
... kids out of bed (Sean included) after 10:30 we had breakfast in the room and headed for a day of walking along the streets.
We made wrong turn (again) due to my amazing map skills and ended up at the windmills...we were suppose to see these tomorrow..oops. Then we headed to the Lake of love (minnewater lake) which was inhibited by swans and right beside a monastery. Next was the De halve Maan Brewery...but ...
After a lovely fried egg on toast to see the day off, we ventured into Bergues and had a walk round the very quent town. Explored the old wall which really was quite fascinating running round the town, with a walkway on top of a majority of it. Looked also to be in the process of restoring sections that were in ruins, back to their former glory. Then we drove across the boader into Belgium, the only visible ...
... I just wandered on my own. Kez made a joke about the cathedral being the last one we will see on the tour. The joke is they are all starting to look the same. I've noticed about this tour by the time you get to the end you are over looking at cathedrals and museum and it doesn't do the last countries justice.
Brugge was beautiful very much stuck in the Middle Ages with its architecture and every second shop sells Belgium chocolate, if ...