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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 ...
... this ponderous state of mind, whilst I sat at St Pancras International gazing romantically at the list of evocative departures, when I was pulled dramatically back to reality. A lumbersome, lone man had plonked himself down on the next seat, so close that our thighs gently brushed each others with any slight adjustment. I had barely pulled my gaze from the departure board before the waft of the morning drunk filled my nostrils.
We started with a run out and around the 'quiet zone' of Brugge in a green zone that showcases 5 windmills of the 24 that used to serve the city for milling the wheat.. Then a leisurely breakfast by the canal and planning our day. We hired bikes for the day from our host for 5 euro each and by 11am we were lined up for our turn to climb the 366 steps to the top of the Belfry for a fantastic view out over the city. We could even see Ieper in the distance. We then had a fun ...
... stew are all very large traditions in Belgium (at least it was good)!
All in all, Brugge didn't give me that great of an idea about business or life in Belgium because it was oriented towards people who are not from Belgium. That being said, I think the trip would have sincerely lost out without having the visit. Brugge is truly as beautiful as people say and there is a lot of history worth knowing once you get past the touristy feel.