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... Dammensweg which is a barrier to reclaim the the land from the and then the Provincialeweg N57 both worth a google just for the sheer ingenuity of modern engineering. The Dutch are 60 years ahead of us in flood defences. One argument with. Mamil today who took offence to me having my lunch beside his beloved cycle path, I told him where to stick his ****** Dutch team where the sun don't shine, he said he couldn't understand me, I told him to learn the ...
... onto the beach in the direction of the sun – the first we’d seen since being in Europe! The waves were making foam, which would glide along the beach looking like it was alive and on the run! There was a cool statue out in the water which I posed with, and Joanna wrote our names in the sand. We saw lots of cute dogs and the seagulls looked different here, fatter, with brown speckles.
Coming back through the boutique shopping area was an experience. The new ...
... Hey! You're speaking Flemish!" (The official language of Brugge is Flemish, a dialect of Dutch). 3. Annie when trying to describe her love for Brugge: I just want to hug it! Then I want to hug it tighter! 4. Becca, referring to a dog: He's like a sausage! I just want to wrap him up in a croissant! Don't you?! Annie: No. I don't like sausage or croissants. 5. Ari won the walking tour by loving chocolate and getting Rachel's Voldemort ...
... Once again just amazing! To see where and how her family with others had to live was mind blowing. To think she only need to survive a few more months to see the end of the war. We had dinner and headed down to the red light district - which again is mind blowing. The canals where lined with coppled streets and tall skinny buildings that had windows the size of doors. The windows were occupied with prositutes trying to sell their services and once taken a red curtain would ...
... for dinner about 4 hours later, to a cute little restaurant literally across the road. (I later find out it is also a BnB) Those on Stalkbook may have already seen these; despite not having eaten all day, I'm glad I've been walking for hours, and I still have to climb those damn stairs.
I order an entree and a main, ...