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We've barely had time to unpack and the entertainment has already started. At 2:15 a local choir were carol singing in the atrium. As we wandered through the ship to get our bearings, a distinct smell of mulled wine and festive spices wafted through the air. The odour became so strong, it morphed in to a ghostly shape of a giant hand and grabbing me by the nostrils, dragged me towards the source of the irresistible smell. My body raised off the ground and the force ...
... and I made my way way to the shower. I am unsure how some people remain skinny on a cruise - they clearly don't sit near the pizza or pasta station at the buffet.
The lunch buffet is my favourite! There are always many choices and I am obsessed with the huge make your own salad station. There is everything you could imagine plus more to choose from. I never realised i love eating pumpkin seeds - well actually I ...
... pizza station! After dinner we we went to the theatre and watched a cabaret show. It was fantastic. Afterwards we did a pub crawl to ensure Toby got his drinks package value. Many cocktails later we got back to our room after midnight (Toby bought a "roadie" cocktail back with us). Drunken Toby thought it would be a fabulous idea to set the alarm for the crack of dawn so we could go to the gym and beat the rush...uh no that's not going to happen. We have a day at at sea tomorrow. ...
Sun., Sept. 7, 2014
Bruges, capital of West Flanders in the Flemish region of Belgium is a 30 minute cab ride from the port and a town with traditional European charm, beautiful architecture with known for its palette of colourful homes and shops framed by cobblestone streets, tiled roofs, and storybook canals. It is known as "Venice of the North". The ...
To conclude our trip, we went to the north of Belgium to tour the cities of Brugge and Brussels. After arriving in Brugge, Aunt Kay and I took off for the city center for a canal cruise around the canals. Our tour guide on the cruise spoke Flemish (Belgian Dutch), which was quite funny to hear compared to the North Holland accent I'm used to. He rolled his R's so much that it was kind of comical.
Afterwards we ...
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