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... met back at the apartment to swap stories.
The following day we were preparing to leave and our train took us back to Brussels and we changed to the Eurostar back to St Pancras in London. We then said goodbye to Mike and Jen and changed to the tube to return to Heathrow. Our BA flight took us to Hong Kong for 2 nights before returning home.
What a wonderful experience and fabulous trip !!
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... couple of years later in France, but of meningitis and pneumonia. Dear Friends, it was a sobering day. We can certainly be very proud as Canadians of our contribution in WW1, particularly for the liberation of Belgium. But at such astronomical cost. On one of the gravestones at Tyne Cot, a family wrote the epitaph “Died for the fallacy that war will end war”. That says it all.
... at dinner time, Hansel and Gretel style.
From the fish market we headed toward the Lace Makers Guild which is in the same grounds as The Jerusalem Church. We headed in to watch the lace makers in action and it was amazing. These lady's made the art look so easy and the bobbins were flying at a rate that made it hard to keep up. The lady's that could speak English explained that it was a labour of love and that each piece could take from a few months to a year to ...
... when the cupboards are running bare.
Once we had consumed our free beers, we ventured into the centre of Bruges for some shopping. It was here that Becky was caught dancing in the middle of the street by a shop assistant, who dutifully informed her that he had seen her and was impressed with her moves. Unsurprisingly Becky pegged it with embarrassment around the corner, red faced, with me pointing and laughing.
As it was ...
... 4 more flights of stairs, the train doors closed as we ran up and it left...missed it by 5secs! Then after waiting an hour and we caught our train no problem but ended up not getting to right place. We asked which train since there was no terminal number and they told us "the train in the back", so that's the one we went to. However since we don't speak Flemish and he didn't speak English ...