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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 ...
... of the 14th century, Bruges became one of the Four Members, along with Franc of Bruges, Ghent and Ypres. Together they formed a parliament; however they frequently quarrelled amongst themselves.
... in China.
Walked to our hotel which is in a side street leading to the Markt or main market square which is surrounded on four sides by the prettiest ancient buildings. Belgian is apparently famous for mussels, chocolates and waffles. Every second shop seems to be a chocolate shop.
Our attic bedroom is tiny with a sloping roof and our window looks out on ...
... We just wanted to find the hotel and drop our things. I yelled a lot about being mad at my mom for not giving me a map or proper directions to the hotel she booked for us.
We tried to ask for directions a couple times, but surprisingly not many spoke English (they were young people). We eventually were given directions, and had to cross a carnival in the square to our hotel.
The carnival was Mayfoor, or May Fair. Rides, games, and ...
... As we walked from the train station in the beautiful area mentioned at the beginning of this post, Sarah, Medha, Kiki, Shelly, and I were excited to breathe the fresh air and take in the views of the greenery. Before we even found the town center, I had a feeling I was going to really like Brugge.
Every spot was picturesque. Each time we turned a corner and walked down another cobble stone street, horse drawn carriages passed by, we could ...