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... here because we were all told on separate occasions to skip Brussels and come here instead. Now, I haven't been to Brussels... So I can't technically compare anything. But I'm in love with this city and am so happy to have come here! We drove down from Amsterdam yesterday morning and Jane was once again very helpful, for the most part... She re-routed us a few times when Erika decided to selectively listen to my directions (we accidentally ended up ...
... the second coming of 90's Seattle grunge.
Or the anti American street art in Barcelona that serves as the only reminder the last 4 centuries happened in the narrow lane ways and colorful terraces.
I suppose the texture of a city is the thing I find fascinating.
But I am being unfair to beautiful Brugge. The longer I spend there the more entranced I become.
How fortunate I am that delightful company ...
... around the city. The night before I had marked sites we should visit after looking at Trip advisor. We headed for Notre-Dame au Sablon, a beautiful church. Next to it was a garden filled with statues, one of many we would find in this city. We also found a market to buy sandwich ingredients. With our goodies in hand, we set our goal to eat lunch at Ville de Bruxelles, the largest park in the city. The park was approximately 1.75 miles away, quite a hike. Not to mention ...
... outdoor café where a high hedge of recently burst leaves shade a courtyard in which we listen to bird song and church bells while munching a croquet monsieur and sipping a Trappist ale. A very peaceful way to spend our next to last full day in Belgium.
Busy, bustling Brussels is our last destination and where we will hop a flight to London and then to Boston. Our Bnb room is actually a suite and once again we wish we had visitors to share the space! Our bed and ...
... of our trip and after that it was a short hop to dunkirk to get back on the ferry and head home.
A wonderful month in Europe, seeing amazing places and doing some incredible things. As always, when you get to the end it feels too short but every day really felt full and always gave us something enjoyable. We had amazing weather - only 4 or 5 rainy days (and most of them in Q-berg) and the rest of the time was just gorgeous.
Looking forward to the next trip, enjoy the photos!