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After the wedding, we had one night in a hotel in London, close to St Pancras station where we caught Eurostar to Brussels and then a local train to Bruges – a very easy journey!
Bruges is a wonderful place! It's full of narrow, winding, cobbled, medieval streets and alleys, which are full of the most impressive public buildings, houses and shops. It has picturesque canals winding through the city with ...
"And now, the end is here
And so we face the final curtain."
Valkenburg - Camping De Bron - Mei 10th - 13th 2014.
As we passed over the border from Deutschand into de Nederland, I could see the hint of a smile on both Mijnheer's en Mevrouw's face but for different reasons. For Mevrouw, she has always loved the Dutch and Holland (cemented nearly 40 years ago when she had a Dutch boyfriend) - for Mijneer, lazily, it is much ...
... be flooded with water. There is now a law (an actual law) that there can be no less than 60 swans in the city center. They even have a "swan count" on the city website... It is currently around 145 or so. After a few drinks we retired from our fairytale reality and into our dreams. Some things... 1. *******nit = god verdomme (pronounced hhotferdomma) 2. We are all experiencing a bit of a cold and during one of Becca's cough attacks ...
... the beach but in the end we found it and a good nights camping spot, away from the crowds, the campground was full. It rained and in the morning it wasn't that warm but anyway we head into town and look around a bit, nothing is open, just one or two shops but nothing of interest. We have a walk along the main beach, there is 4 rows of little beach huts and they spoil the look of the beach.
We found an information centre and drove the ...
... entry). I'd say the repairs are sorely needed, the building looks sadly shabby and chipped inside. I later find GF fancy chocolates (made in Brussels not Bruges, but seriously tasty and nice salespeople). It's nice to feel familiar with the town, a real benefit of staying in one (smallish) place for so many days. I have a look for the vial of (supposedly) Christ's blood at The Church of the Holy Blood, but though I find (I ...