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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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First rehearsal in the Basilica in Brussels today. We're still based in Brugge, so we had an hour to travel to Brussels, which took a bit longer as there was an overturned truck on the motorway - earlier in the morning they were reporting a 30km traffic jam on the radio, but it was down to a couple of kilometres by the time we came through.
Into the Basilica and sat for quite a while in our sections backstage (the back half of the church, laid out with 1000 chairs where we will ...
... hurtsen baden". I wish I had heard more of that. Had I written about this already? Anyway, we had arrived at our final destination!!! To celebrate, we all decided to meet for beers in the hotel bar.
As we sat to drink, Team Switzerland arrived and we agreed to wait for them to settle in and then all go downtown for dinner. We all had great laughs talking about our experiences on the road. Brian then scared everybody when it was time ...
... knowing his statue of David and the Pieta, the Madonna and Child is a modest piece. Still, Jesus's chubby baby legs and the soft folds of the Madonna's gown were still impressive. We had wanted to see the Gruuthuse Museum, but it was closed. The courtyard was still something to behold on its own.
On our walk through the streets we ducked into ...
... hearty breakfast provided by our landlady, lots of fresh bread, deli meat and cheese. We then put on our tourist hats, fanny packs, and ugly shorts, lathered on sunscreen and strapped a camera to our neck to join the throngs of tourists in the streets. Our first stop was the Historium, which was as bad as one might expect given the name. It follows a cheesy and predictable day in the life of a young man in Brugge who is frankly terrible at ...
... for lunch at a place recommended on Tripadvisor called "Books and Brunch". It was a little out of the market square central region, but only around 10 minutes walk and any walking through back streets is an adventure here to be enjoyed. It was a small two storey cafe with books lining the walls in neat sections and a simple organic menu. You could read the books whilst you ate or drunk a coffee or wine/beer, and if you ...