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... that was only discovered recently. It was part of the Yorkshire offensive and is currently being restored. We then stopped at a place called Essex Farm. It is the exact location that John McCrae wrote In Flanders Fields. It was in a series of bunkers that were used by the Canadian troops as a hospital. The bunkers have been restored along with a memorial cemetery. At Ypres itself there is a ...
The hotel is in a good location and our room is great. For those who haven't seen the movie or don't know anything about Bruges, it is an 11th century Gothic city with canals and full of tourist attractions. Also it doesn't cover a large area so can be covered on foot. No hop on hop off bus here. We walk into the central part for dinner. We find a nice spot giving us a great view of Markt Square. There is much activity including the carilloneur playing music in the Belfry. ...
The switch to daylight saving was made during the night - we are now 11 hours behind NZ. Wonderful to wake to the sound of church bells. I was aware I hadn't published the blog from yesterday so set myself that goal before going to breakfast. Both girls phoned via viber so it was nice to hear their voices and news. Eventually we got down to the breakfast room to find tables beautifully laid out in white tablecloths and china. We were greeted immediately ...
... even a croissant or
cookie unless you were REALLY hungry. Eventually we had a late morning
take two of the best tasting deal in Bruges; frites and wings on a stick.
These fries and wings are so good. The wings would be a definite hit at
the MN State Fair. That was all we ate until dinner later in the day at local
pub closer to where we were staying.
We took a different path into
the center of town in the morning and that lead ...
At the completion of this Andrea asked the attendant at the Chocolate museum what we should do and he responded with visiting the Belfry tower. So off we went. We walked through the market place and arrived at the UNESCO world heritage watch tower and explored the free modern art exhibition. We did not understand any of the "art" on display but it gave us hope that one day we too could be great modern artists. ...