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... our walk to Koningin Astridpark. It was a small city park with a gazebo,
picnic tables, flower gardens that still had tulips in them, and walking
We made another stop at Gentpoort which was a city gate
along the canal system. There we stopped
to rest and enjoy a little wine and take in the views. We watched the bridge open to let a barge
through that was carrying products and cars.
As you are walking around there is always ...
... previous one although the prices are a bit Italian. We got changed to go for a swim and when we were in the changing rooms Olivia managed to get the back of her leg caught in a seat that had a hinge which is used to lock the changing room doors. She was sitting on the seat screaming and we couldn't tell what she had done and the pinched skin was obviously trapped as she was sitting on top of it and her screams stopped her from being able to tell us what ...
... unfortunately didn't really get to see the city fully due to our car parking charges which were racking up! Perhaps we may return some day.
So it was back in the car and off we drove towards the romantic tourist town of Bruges. Bruges really is a lovely place; it has many historic streets and buildings, some great Belgium chocolate shops, and it hasn't become too tacky from tourism. There is a main market square area with ...
... aware of the sea mammal you’ve just made a beeline for.
He began to tell me how handsome I was, that I need to fight until the bitter end, and just how many brasses he was going to sleep with once he arrived in France. He clasped my knee, shook my hand, hugged me twice, and gave me his scarf as a gift before departing as swiftly as he appeared. I watched as he stumbled off, weaving through the masses of suitcases and Japanese tourists, ...
... which sits in a window overlooking the canal. Jos was a great guide and we even stopped off at a traditional pub for another beer to round off a great morning of sightseeing.
With bellies rumbling we had waffles topped with lashings of chocolate and cream before climbing the 366 steps to the top of the Belfry Tower in Markt Square. This 83m high tower gave us a great view of the old city and we even got to hear and see the bells chiming from ...