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This is a beautiful city.
It’s filled with very old, well maintained architecture with rich
history. The streets and sidewalks are
all cobblestone and brick with no asphalt or concrete. Again we spent the entire day on the go since
there was so much to see.
We began with breakfast in our hotel. The food …
... was just so excited that they were coming to my room to eat and hang out.
Sometimes I really enjoy and really have to have my quiet time in my room but I really do enjoy eating with others, especially when they are sweet and like to eat haha. :) After they left I was totally content with cleaning up the dishes and cleaning up the table. I think it was something that reminded me of home.. Sounds silly but it was kind of comforting. Now when I return home ...
Yesterday marked the first month away from home, and I must admit, I don't think I ever want to go back (sorry mum). I'm currently in Bruges, Belgium (after a plane, bus, two trains and a cab, thank you very much) and it's just incredible. It really looks like a fairytale city, because everything is just so perfect. The streets are cobbled, horses and carts are everywhere, there's a canal that runs through the city that you ...
... br> Graffiti Street spans about 100 yards and changes often.
and Harry own and operate a screen printing business supplying all the
soccer teams, pubs, and ...
... place was open until 10 pm so I had plenty of time.
I came to the next turn around place in only 15 minutes and I didn’t want to turn around yet. So I decided I should have plenty of time to just do the whole 41.5 km tour. My legs felt fine and I knew I’d ridden at least that far in Amsterdam, so I knew I could do it. There wasn’t much else to see in Bruges anyway. I probably wouldn’t make it back in time to climb the bell tower, but ...