Hostellerie Vijfwegen Bis
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... the ceremony where they bring it out for 1 hour so people can put there hand on the jar it is in and say a prayer, I find it all rather strange the likeliness of it actually beibg jesus blood is small and how does touching a jar make a prayer any more powerful, owever the church was beautiful. I also went to a picasso exhibition, which was actually rather interesting but I can not figure out how some of the art from other artists is famous it seriously looks like a ...
... settled in to a local patisserie and watched the world go by over a croissant and doppio espresso. With the fuel light off, I spent the next few hours weaving majestically around the centre, straight through the middle of the Markt and to the door of its immense belfry, Berg, through the shopping districts of Steenstraat and Wollestraat, and out toward Minnewater Lake.
Minnewater Lake is as important to Bruges as it is picturesque. It marks the control ...
... was warming up so I headed into the McDonalds for a White Magnum McFlurry and Steffie tried the McDonalds macaroons which were good for McDonalds standards and the price was just OK.
The canal on the other side was really pretty with quite a few tourist boats and kayaks enjoying the good weather. If we had more time we would have loved to sit down for a coffee or a beer and enjoy the goings on, but we had to motor back to the bus. One of the ...
... still learning Dutch. She has also been kind enough to
assign mostly clients who know some English. My Dutch is getting
better slowly but surely and I have found new ways of communicating
and relating to my clients. Rather than feeling the overwhelming
burden of a language barrier, I am now looking forward to honing my
nonverbal communication skills while still learning a bit of the
language. I think the next 10 weeks are going to fly by!
... to drive to Brugges! It was exactly like what driving into a fairy must be like! The castles, big churches, street vendors selling waffles, boats going up and down canals, people riding in horse drawn carriages and taking tours on Segways... well, maybe not the last one! But it was definetely unreal! We had only walked about three blocks by the time we all already loved it! Then we took a canal tour, which ...