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... flag and a garden with a kangaroo cut out. When I got out to photograph the water tower the nearby cows all started mooing at me. I am unsure if they were telling me to go away or hoping that I had food. It was a very green field so I suspect the latter.
The next stop was Vimy Ridge where there is a very beautiful Canadian memorial. This was the site of a very bloody battle for them. They have maintained some trenches for visiting and also the land in ...
... quits and head to the chip stand in the main square. The best
thing about being up late at night whilst travelling is you get unimpeded views
of all the attractions and more often than not they look even better, so with a
punnet of chips and mayo and bellies full of beer we enjoyed the serenity of
Bruges completely alone.
Night over it was home to bed in the squeaky bunk aware of the early start we had for
our train to Amsterdam.
... hot. We went shopping again and I bought some shirts at Esprit for some reason. Then I wanted ice cream so we went to Haggen Dazs, because, why not. I. EN, we did walk up that tower and walked all the skin off the bottom of our feet, so we deserve it. Laura wasn't in to ice cream, until she saw they also did waffles and waffle sundaes so we decided to sit down and try those. I had something called a Belgian Dream waffle, which had caramel ice cream on a ...
... the beach. It was very interesting and I wouldn't say it looked pretty, there was a series of ugly sky scrappers lining the beach and then the water was a brown colour. We went down and touched the icy cold water and had a photo taken. We then walked around the small town that was more like a ghost town as nothing was opened. We eventually found a café and got an overpriced toasted sandwich with bolagnaise on the top, which we had to eat quickly so that we would have time to ...
We head from Amsterdam, thru Rotterdam, a quick stop but didn't really like this town, went under the river and out the other side and found a café to get a coffee, still haven't had a decent one in Europe.
Onto Belgium Antwerpen, then onto Gent where we had some lunch. It was very busy in the main towncentre and full of cafes and people, as it was the weekend , but it was a nice town. It took ages to find a gas station, we were really low ...