Formule 1 Brugge
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5th June 2003
Amsterdam – Brugge
Formule 1 Brugge 31€
Fine 22 degrees
We left Amsterdam and seemed to be in suburbia for ages with freeways crisscrossing each other. In between there were the flat fields of the Netherlands with the occasional windmill and lots of cows. It was much the same until we …
... We met a couple from Texas and lunched with them at the brewery. We spent some time wandering the little alleyways and backstreets to see the less touristy parts of this beautiful old city. Dinner near the town center consisted of Belgian shrimp croquettes, Belgian steak, rack of lamb, a French merlot, and coffee with a waffle with ice cream and strawberries. Lovely lovely lovely, and a fine farewell dinner for both. Tomorrow we head for Flanders and WW 1 ...
... then took a boat tour along the mid-town canal. The city is very old and beautiful and feels like stepping back a few centuries. Wartime damage has all been restored. We walked the central area til we realized it was 7:45. It stays light very late here. Every square is lined with bars and eateries. We went to dinner at 'The Flemish Pot', and had the set tourist menu. The food ...
Over two years ago Anna and Wim Roerink from The Netherlands were in El Paso for the birth of their grandson, Liam. We met them because they are bridge players and we took them to the bridge club with us several times during their visit with their daughter, Anne-Marie. We have kept in touch with emails all ...
... so I could stock up on beer. No wonder there are so many booze cruises, we must get stiffed on tax.
Joined the queue to get on the ferry and chatted to some guys from just outside Glasgow who had been touring WWII graves, one of them had a Suzuki Intruder and absolute beast of a bike. Far too much chrome for me would have to spend hours polishing :/
Compared to the ...
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