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... with paris a few times. Once on the train to versailles, once while staring at the eiffel tower at night while looking at it from across the seine river. Definitely adds to the mood, as evidenced by all the couples proudly displaying their affection for each other to the world
-Mom, try to find crepes with nutella. Not sure if that's a thing there but I loved them
-Grandma, did not make it to the opera house unfortunately, nor did I get to the Orsay. Next time
... holds about 30 people and off we went for a half hour cruise. Wow – it was so so beautiful and I took loads of photos – definitely recommend that to anyone.
We roamed the streets a bit longer then decided to head back to the Markt and sample a Belgian beer – we didn’t want to leave it too late to get back to the ship so didn’t go any further afield.
We settled ourselves in another restaurant ...
... worth it. Finally, we wanted to climb the Belfry, but we didn't make it in time.
For dinner we went to 't Vagevuur. We shared appetizers of mussels in white wine sauce and garlic sautéed prawns, then Adam had stir fry (yep) and I had a giant ribeye steak. Finished off with warm apfelkuchen and then wanted to call it a night because of the food coma.
brugge or bruges or as its actually said braha is a beautiful city with a population of only 20,000 people but probably see close to that many tourists daily in peak summer. most people see brugge as a stop over city on you way from amserdam to england, but I so dissagree. this cute little place is worth at least a couple days, I was here 5 nights probably one night to long but had I done day trips out then it would have been fine. there is actually alot to see and do ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">Even after a few Duvels and a couple of chocolate covered waffles, you can easily cover Bruges by foot. The Belfort (the bell tower of Bruges) should probably be the first thing on the to do list though. The 366 steps aren’t as daunting as they sound but after queuing for half an hour to start your ascent, your feet may just feel like kicking you as the near the summit. The views once you get ...