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... also got us out of the rain! We came back and mopped around for a while, slept and then had enough of the four walls, read the map and settled on the bar that had beer for €1. We had 20 and returned home at 2am still with €5. Today was our last day. We wandered about town as it was a beautiful day, went in many chocolatier shops and simply smelt them, it's cheaper and you put on less weight this way! We also ventured to what we believe is the ...
... dinner, we walked next door to Delirium Tremens to celebrate my friend Caroline’s birthday.
Sunday morning we managed to be ready to go by 9:00am because we still had yet to see anything in Brussels. First we went to see Grand Place, a huge square with large ornate buildings. Around the corner we found Manneken Pis, a famous statue of a peeing boy. I guess our expectations were pretty high because when we finally ...
... there was a DJ on, but not the kind of DJ you would find in Sydney, or Bowral even... He played 1950's rock and roll songs, and people were swinging and jiving all over the place; It was cool. We also met up with our life saver Arnie from the Cafe Bizon for a drink that night too!
Now we are back in Amsterdam for 6 nights - our last stop before we head back to London for a while! Can't wait to hang out with our friends Robbie and Annabell :)
Bye for now, peace out xox
Forgot to mention on Saturday's blog - while having lunch with Jean-Philippe and family, we got a phone call on Veronica's mobile - by the time Veronica got it out of her bag it rang out - a missed call from our son Peter's girlfriend Rachel.
Veronica hit the return call button and got a French speaking man on the phone - she couldn't understand him, and after a few fumbling attempts to communicate she hung up.
A few moments later the mobile rang and Veronica answered and ...
... is French speaking. Apparently there is some rivalry between the two.
JP said that Brugge is called the little Venice bacause of its many canals - and that it is very beautiful. We weren't disappointed!
There was a Sunday market as we exited the carpark, with a veteran car display which JP enjoyed. Cycling is big in Brugge - ...