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... wandering around the little streets, watching, listening, tasting. It continues to amaze and humble me when you chat with the locals and they can speak a variety of languages fluently. While I know little of the history of Belgium, I did learn that a couple of locals played a role in a war that resulted in Belgium having Dutch as the national language, rather than French. Although from our ...
... sculpture you have to pay €2. Money well spent! We head off tomorrow back to Brussels to get a train to Paris, but i am so glad we made the extra journey to Bruges. It is a beautiful city where the people understand the importance of preserving their heritage and working with it not against it. I would definitely recommend a stop in Bruges to anyone planning a European trip. You won't be disappointed! Next time we write will be from Paris!!! Jess and ...
... and found it most amusing how I pronounced Brussels. The train station in Paris was interesting. The ticket sellers were as rude as they have been previously. There were police and armed service personnel through out the stations (we had to go to two). Not sure if that is now normal or if there was a particular issue today. Another interesting point was one of the police helped Jo with getting ...
... Lille-Flandres, our first change, at 10.15am and looked around for our next train. But there was nothing like it on the departures board. I consulted a timetable at the station, which appeared to indicate a direct train to Bruges had left at 10.08am and there would be another one at 1.45pm. In between there were two trains, but neither went as far as our destination and any connection would end up being the 1.45pm train anyway. Unfortunately, the lady at the information ...
I love this city, I cannot even begin to explain how much I am enjoying Brugge. It is so nice to see a city from a locals perspective, but today I got to do a bit of exploring on my own!
Jaey took me to his favourite local bakery, and explained to me the difference in bakeries in Belgium. They are labeled as hot or cold bakeries, what it means is a "hot' bakery bakes all of their own goods while a "cold" bakery buys their goods from a "hot" bakery or a ...
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