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... it in!" "Did it take the soap?!" "I don't know, I want chocolate." With our laundry almost done we plan to head back for a little rest from our morning adventures. Tonight we plan to hit up a few more of our favorite chocolate shops, a waffle shop that Jonathan has been scoping out, and then a free harp concert in a sweet old courtyard. Tomorrow we have a 5 hour train ride to Heidelberg, Germany. Let's keep this party ...
... utilise my lightening reflexes to avoid what would have otherwise been a tragic end to this tale, and Claude was last seen speeding off into the distance, looking for his next unsuspecting victim... As for Brugge itself...another medieval town, with ye olde shops, taverns and monuments. It's entirely surrounded by a moat that protects the township from marauders and such, although the criminal elements seem to have unfettered access to the city via Vespa ...
... in a real high. We really loved what Brugge had to offer. It's been hard to get used to but through Germany and Belgium the sun rises around 530am and doesn't set till around 930-10pm. It makes our days super long and makes us feel old if we head back to the hotel and it's still daylight! It's quite unusual but it's a good thing that we can enjoy the sunshine when it's around! On the train again now and off to paris! Oui! Oui! ...
... they do that here. But I only did it once on both cheeks and apparently where they come from you do it three times. They also taught us a little Italian. All I remember is "come stai?" which is "how are you?" I basically just kept replying in Spanish so I don't remember the correct Italian reply. But it was fun meeting people from a different country and all that.
So today we went to Brugge. We got a "Go Pass" for the day which was only 12 Euros because we are under 26. ...
... with a guy and his 15 year old son. They were enjoying a beer together.... perfectly legal and normal in Belgium.
The kid pointed to the cold rain outside and said "Welcome to Belgium!"
We did all the touristy things and went to several museums. This is one of those cities where just walking around is fun.