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... of Bruges, the Civil
Registry, and the City Archive. The
Basilica of the Holy Blood was in this square.
We were allowed to view the inside from a balcony area which was unusual
since there was a Mass being said. The
interior of the Church was ornate with amazing stained glass windows. Since the sun was shining so brightly today,
even though the temperatures are not warm, the sparkle of the stained glass was
... some dykes, cool bridges, flat fields and even a real windmill or two. We stopped for lunch near a dyke and as we walked over we saw an immense flat beach and the North Sea in the distance so we had a bit of a wander and there was a playground in the middle of the sand so the girls had a bit of a play. It wasn't the warmest day and there was a fair wind blowing so we weren't there for too long. We went to our campsite which seems much more to our liking ...
... to our surprise it was rather interesting. The EU has achieved so much but unfortunately receives a heck of a lot of criticism in England; it really doesn't get the praise it deserves.
After the Parliament exhibition we had a brief look around the rest of the city and stopped for a waffle in the market square area. We were very impressed by Brussels, we passed by several ancient buildings with prominent architecture to ...
... I doubt I’ll ever know.
I began to stare at the clock, desperate to summon any suppressed superhuman timewarp powers of the mind that may be hidden within, and counted the microseconds until boarding would be announced. As the last drop of train station brew was thrown back, James leaned in closer, with the kind of eyes reserved for late night dance floors, when those desperate for a snog aim wildly before the lights are flicked on and you’re ...
... B&B to dry off for our second day in this awesome city.
After a bit of a sleep-in we met with our bike tour in Burg Square lead by the very humorous Jos and two other English people for a 3 hour tour of the city. This was the highlight of our stay here as we heard about the history of Belgium and Brugge as well as seeing all of the amazing sections of the city. We rode by the windmills, the lake of love, Markt Square and the famous dog from the movie ...