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... dark, strong coffee. so I opted for a cappacino. It was a much more interesting and authentic experience than a hotel breakfast which are pretty similar the world over.
We also bought bread, cheese and tomatoes for lunch and then headed off for the battlefields, which are now peaceful farm land in the gentle rolling countryside. Our first stop was at the site of the Hooge craters, an area has been left with trenches, old artillery and the craters, which are now ...
... as to how they fill chocolate. It was really interesting and I would love to do a chocolate course to learn more.Next Merinda and I did a bit of shopping for chocolates and then headed back for a restful afternoon evening. Cam the arrived that evening to join us for the next week. The next morning after packing our things and hiring a car, we explored the city on last time to check out a few more of the chocolate shops and waffles.
The bus arrived in Brussels and I managed to navigate a complicated metro system to get to Brussels railway station. I had decided not to stay in Brussels, it was described to me as "rough round the edges". I can only assume the parts I saw were the edges! I went and got my ticket for Bruges, thinking it would be for a specific train. However this ticket allowed me to take any train to Bruges on the day of purchase. I found the boards with the regular timetables on and started to ...
... a regular and one of the bartenders who worked there. We had a blast talking with them and getting to know a few locals. They showed us another place situated under a building- we had to crawl through a small door to get to this basement bar where we played foosball and had a lot of fun. It was a perfect way to bring in Lacy's 25th year and was great to celebrate with old friends, new friends, and a beautiful city.
Our second full day consisted of ...
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Numerous foreign merchants were welcomed in Bruges, such as the
Castilian wool merchants who first arrived in the 13th century. The
foreign merchants expanded the city's trading ...