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... frites, and waffles on every corner; and beer in between; haha! The fall weather is cool and perfect for walking. We toured the canals via boat, the chocolate museum; the frites museum, and our favorite The Basilica of the Holy Blood; dedicated to the holy cloth with the blood of Jesus Christ collected by Joseph of Arimathea. It was quite moving. More to see tomorrow, it was a great day! Enjoy some ...
I am feeling relieved as Peter slept last night and woke up feeling a lot better! His Gram's "recipe" worked along with the pharmacist's concoction. Lian got us breakfast and we headed out to the bike tour meeting place in Burg Square. It was really fun albeit a little scary at times navigating around pedestrians, horses and buggies, cars and scooters. We got separated once from Nathalie, our guide, and one of the women crashed her bike! We rode all through the ...
... is a very unique and entertaining display.
Next stop – the famous Bruges bear statue! It was a bit too fierce and not fluffy enough for my liking, but good to see a bear all the same.
We grabbed some sushi on the way back to the Hostel because it’s always good to have something fresh.
We revisited a hidden garden on our way home which we had breezed through on the tour. The smallest window in Bruges can be seen there. ...
... 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 ...
... the coast line as well. Along the way we saw this huge canal crossing where the whole highway was stopped for a boat to cross. The fort was right near the beach and was built in a hexagon shape as Napoleon thought they were going to be invaded by the british at any time we later discovered that the fort became part of the atlantic wall too. May as well.
Had a big history day today there is so much to see in Europe and it just makes it come alive, as I know ...