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... thinking at this stage that I couldn't get out of the way of the bike as it finished its rotation & landed on me.
End result - forearm swollen like an egg within a short space of time, fingers, elbows & shoulders aching, pain over ribs (from handlebars?), & most obvious, green hair - grass stains from the landing. Bike was incredibly still working - had bent the light but it still worked, had snapped a fastener on the rear brakes, but they ...
... and her husband are actually from the Ukraine, but they left in 1989 and now live in Chicago.
Today was market day in Brugge, so that was our first stop. Much more professional looking than others we've seen, with huge food trucks that opened up and looked like real stores. Amazing. Sometimes market day in a town includes clothing, toys, pets, flowers and lots of wonderful food, but this one was just beautiful ...
... br> In hindsight I was probably making it really obvious I had something of value in my pocket and my assumption that they would strike in congested areas where lots of people were packed together was erroneous.
At this point I really needed a beer so I had a pint and decided there were greater troubles that befall people every day and if I could get out of Europe having lost a ****** wallet and some cash I'd probably consider the trip a success!
... 30 p.m. and got checked in and took a stroll to the Markt Square for dinner. One of our favorite things to do on trips to Europe is to have dinner on the town squares at an outdoor table. The views are great, the people watching is fantastic, and the ambiance is amazing. We found just such a table tonight and really enjoyed it. We lingered over dinner for a while and afterward took a stroll around town.
Our stroll took us to the canals ...
Before we left Germany, Steffie was talking to her work colleague who happens to be Belgian and recommended that we take a day trip out of the city to visit Bruges (Brugge). We booked in a bus trip through Brussels City Tours and at 9am headed out from Grand Place to visit Gent and Brugge. Being a multilingual tour, the guide had to speak in German, Spanish and English and we were given a pointless set of earphones to listen to 10 minutes ...