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... once were. It was a really lovely walk with windmills to see and beautiful scenery. We then joined a walking tour (different company) for the rest of the afternoon and learnt a whole lot about Bruges. The walking tour looked at the history of the French and Austrian rule over the city. The people of Bruges didn’t have a fantastic relationship with the Austrian archduke, Maximilian, as they captured him and then tortured ...
We arrived in Brugge on Saturday morning and checked into our amazing little apartment. A lot of the accommodation here is apartment lets and we really lucked out! 1600 sq ft of lovely space to call home while we're here. Doesn't feel like a hotel holiday.
We we shot out immediately to see the sights, but sometimes the sights are right around the corner in a shop...there seems to be a recurring theme here...but it is SO tempting.
... of the 14th century, Bruges became one of the Four Members, along with Franc of Bruges, Ghent and Ypres. Together they formed a parliament; however they frequently quarrelled amongst themselves.
... the roast chicken venders! We went up the 366 steps of the Belfry for magnificent views of the square and market below before buying some extra provisions (we already had leftovers from breakfast with us) for a picnic, which we enjoyed in a quiet little park with hardly another soul in it apart from the sheep!
... something to clear my ears and ease my throat. I should feel better in a couple of days.
We stopped on our way back for some dinner and headed back just in time for the family to have finished their dinner. They invited us for a glass of wine on the patio. We sat and talked about different things and had a very nice time. Well off to bed, tomorrow is another day.
Up early again for breakfast. Another young couple (mid to late ...