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Thence to Brugge. Another very good choice. Our hotel was close to the station, about 300m as crows go, but take the cobbles into account and the distance doubles! We have been booking as we go, but have found that the $NZ is weaker against the Euro now and have taken an Ibis hotel, which although very standard is good value over here at present.
Brugge is yet another pedestrian/cycle city; just as at home ...
... biking for a while now, practicing around our neighborhood, so we got our bikes and got on our way.
Bruges has many bikers of all ages. Everyone rides a bike here, everyone. Bikes mix and mingle with cars, pedestrians and the occasional baby stroller. It's a little unnerving at times, but it all seems to work.
The first part of our ride to Damme included riding with the car traffic, but drivers were ...
... on Belgium and write our travel blog. We arrived about 1130 and decided to buy the tickets to Brugge right away so we didn't have to stress later on. We also locked our bags away in the train station lockers. Best idea ever and it was so easy to do. We first just started walking around the town, down the main fashion street which was real busy. Lisa decided it was time to spread out and take a little side street. This ...
... a train that stopped at Bruges. After looking for about 5 minutes, a man told me I was in fact looking at the weekend timetable! I switched to the weekday one and finally found a train due to leave in 10 minutes. I then looked at the live timetable but could find no trace of the train anywhere! Meanwhile chaos was unfolding all around me. Train delays, platform changes. Is this what places are normally like or did it appear exceptionally bad as I'd come from Germany, ...
... we should go....not sure what that message was?
We really have had the best time here, but here we are packing up and moving on tomorrow. We're in Ghent two nights, then Brussels, so on the home stretch...hard to believe it's almost over!
Oh, and by the way, we've now ditched the trains and have hired a driver to transport us to the next spot .... We are getting way too old to be dragging suitcases over cobblestones!