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... also known for its waffles. Well. It's for good reason. That waffle was the best waffle I have ever consumed. I wish I had another one right now. When all the waffles were gone we meandered over to the Historium. It's a pretty neat interactive historic movie followed by a museum. We learned about how Bruges came to be and how it was a huge port town and trading stop because if it's many canals. At the end of the exhibits there was a beer tasting, which ...
After the wedding, we had one night in a hotel in London, close to St Pancras station where we caught Eurostar to Brussels and then a local train to Bruges – a very easy journey!
Bruges is a wonderful place! It's full of narrow, winding, cobbled, medieval streets and alleys, which are full of the most impressive public buildings, houses and shops. It has picturesque canals winding through the city with ...
... around the city we became a bit chilly so headed back to the hotel to grab some warmer clothes. After accidentally sleeping off the beer for a couple of hours we headed out, did some washing, grabbed some stuff from the supermarket, then returned to make some tasty tasty sammiches and waffles for our evening meal. They were the best sammiches ever and they all lived happily ever after. The end.
... with the basic old key shape of a long
shaft terminating in a single piece of steel going down at a 90 degree angle
with just enough of a uniqueness to match it to its door. Also on display
was a huge map of Bruge made in lace. We had seen one of these before at
the home we are staying. Kurt, one of our hosts had pointed it out on one
of the big walls in the house on which it was mounted. Apparently, though
once common, they are now few and ...
... visited that cemetery in 1940 and praised the sacrifice of the young Germans. As Raoul put it, "Hitler gave a speech that was all blah blah blah. Hitler was very good at blah blah blah." I asked Raoul whether to the extent any of the dead were Jews (and Jews were definitely welcome in the German army during the Great War), Hitler had them dug up and disposed of. Raoul said even Hitler didn't go that far.
Raoul talked about the first use by the Germans of chlorine gas. ...