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... slow motion and nothing you can do to help. There are these poles in the middle of the trail to prevent cars from driving on the trails and someone ran smack into it and flipped over the bike. She ended up being fine other than a cut chin and a big fright. Glad I brought the spray I was given to for my knee so I can be of a bit of help. She was a trooper and got back on and we continued the ride. Had nice conversation with fellow bikers as we traveled through this nice town. ...
... life is the plan.
Our hotel is one little plaza from Market Square in the heart of the city. Some historical highlights around the square include the 12th century belfry, (to the R in photo below) which Amy and the kids climbed to the top of - 312 steps!! (Pic from Wikipedia).We took a small bus tour of the city with guidance via earphones. Very informative and we discovered places to which we would like to return on foot and did ...
... then took a boat tour along the mid-town canal. The city is very old and beautiful and feels like stepping back a few centuries. Wartime damage has all been restored. We walked the central area til we realized it was 7:45. It stays light very late here. Every square is lined with bars and eateries. We went to dinner at 'The Flemish Pot', and had the set tourist menu. The food ...
Last night we had headed for the bell tower, and dined on croquettes and salad in one of the little restaurants overlooking the square.
Sitting outside under some very efficient heaters, it was cosy.
The buildings are very cleverly lit up and there are no harsh neon lights so the effect is warm and most attractive.
What was rather less attractive was the marked smell of drains as we walked into the hotel. it lingered in our bedroom ...
... of Our Lady built in the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth centuries where Michelangelo's Madonna and Child is located. His only work outside Italy.
We climbed the Belfort- stunning octagonal tower where the city's medieval charter of rights is held. Just 366 steps up a winding small chamber for a great view. The Groeninge Museum houses a superb collection of early oil painting dating back to the 1400's, pretty amazing and well maintained.