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... 360deg view of the city - it really is a very picturesque place.
Whilst up there, the bells chmied a few times, meaning for a few moments, I couldn't hear Teresa.
Then onto the canal cruise past some amazing old buildings and bridges. Some are nearly 900 years old, and all still in use today. The young buildings are only about 350 years old.
Next, onto the church to see ...
... br> Golden age (12th to 15th century)
The Markt ("Market square")
Bruges received its city charter
on July 27, 1128, and new walls and canals were built. Since about
... makes as well. It was so cool seeing the different glass designs throughout the country. There is even a beer glass that looks like a horn! After the beer wall, we decided to inject some culture into the tour as we stopped by the Madonna and Child. Instantly, I could see it was sculpted by the great artist in history, Michelanglo. It is definitely more beautiful than any other sculpture in the expressions and definitions of the woman and child. It is one of the ...
After a lovely relaxing sea day and two performances of our last ever show as a cast of 'Boogie'. Today we are in Bruges, Belgium. My family decided to go on a tour and I came in with Josh and Emmy as our last day together we went to the market square, had lunch and enjoyed our last moments together which was lovely. My family had a great day and getting back onto the ship for the last time was actually quite sad. I decided to go the masquerades the ...
... auf Mitgefühl, Weisheit, Gerechtigkeitssinn, Empathie oder auch Verständnis.Eher als um das Herz geht es also um die rechte Gehirnhälfte, in der die soziale Fähigkeiten stecken. Sich in andere Menschen hineinzuversetzen zu können ist eine Art emotioneler Intellegenz. Leider gibt es das Fach nicht an der Schule, aber lohen würde es sich zumal in einer Welt, in der die Schere zwischen Arm und Reich immer weiter auseinander klappt.