Hotel Dukes' Palace
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... quickly learnt to ride our bikes as far on the right as we could whilst on the roads, as the cars could be quite impatient with massive bunches of tourists, as could the locals who were also riding bikes. We ended the tour with a beer in a tiny local pub on the outskirts of the main part of Brugge, overlooking the canal that formed a sort of moat around the old town. Most of us, including myself, got a glass of the locally made beer, and a few others tried cherry beer which ...
... attractions, we resumed our favorite activity: wandering. Especially in Ghent and Bruges, we never knew where we might stumble across something enchanting. We roamed into a bar from 1515, where Rubens allegedly drank. We chose to have lunch (frites) and our afternoon beer at a pleasant spot along one of the canals, however.
We went back to our adorable B&B (complete with cat!) for a while that afternoon and evening to rest and get work ...
... a dark beer, and a cherry beer. My friends will know me and beer just don't get along, because I'm just not a fan of the beer aftertaste. Well, 3 samples later, I think I've been converted. The lager was nice but it was the cherry beer that I really liked. Sure, some would call it a girl's beer, probably catered right for us =) With very little aftertaste and more fruit than beer, this could convert other non-beer drinkers.
In the morning it ...
... the film "Monuments Men"). For dinner I had a pasta dish at a place in Bruge. We were told not to eat too much for dinner because we would be having a big group meal for supper. We had soup, steak, potatoes, fries, and ice cream. Abbie and I were one of the last to walk into the restaurant so the only seats left were at the adults table with Mr. and Mrs. Wright, Alex, and Jim Kelly. It wasn't bad at all because I enjoyed the pleasure ...
... thought this little token of holy hemoglobin was pretty keen, so of course he built a sizeable church to house it. (That sounds a bit like receiving a puppy for Christmas: Unless you really wanted one, the financial outlay to keep the thing raises questions over the actual benefits of ownership.)
Bruges contains several superb museums, including the Groeninge ...