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... Art and then checked out the Church of Our Lady. This church has a steeple which dominates the skyline of Bruges, right along side the Bell Tower. It's easy (and fun) to get lost in the narrow, seemingly homogenous, cobblestone rich, streets of this Medieval time warp of a town, but we found looking up to catch a sight of one of these 2 towers was a great navigation trick. Unfortunately. The church's Michelangelo, a statue featuring the big 2 ...
In April 1941, Jim's dad was drafted into the Army Medical Corp. After several months as a medical technician, he applied for and was accepted into OCS ( officers candidate school), was commissioned a 2Lt., then trained as a pilot and co-piloted a B-26 Maurader bomber to England where he would make his contribution to the war effort. While preparing for deployment with his unit to N. Africa in November 1942 for combat, his ...
... makes concessions in life, most to the wealth of passion & soul, but few to the wealth of money & security. I felt akin to this nutty Dutchman. And I immediately needed to see the paintings.
'You can moan about Monet
And get silly ´bout Cezanne
You can rave about Degas
And go crazy ´bout Gauguin
But if you wanna see the Blues
Oh, Vincent, he´s your man.' ~ David Olney
Some of these pieces ...
... Everyone we met wa amazing and friendly and we soon found ourselves traveling in a group of about 6, having arrived and left on the same days. What a fantastic little town! Wish we could've spent a week! Had mostly rainy weather, but we were able to brave the pouring rain and chilly wind in favour of new churches to discover and new chocolate flavours to try. Saw sugar being hand-spun, tried a variety of chocolates (everything from 'Bollywood' to 'bacon' to 'cab sauv', etc. just ...
Hello or Hallo in flemish,
From Amsterdam to Brugge was an easy 3 hour trip by fast train with a change at Brussels. The Europeans really do know how to travel. More comfortable than an aeroplane in terms of seating and free wifi on board. We both managed to both check email and watch the scenery go by. Very flat, lots of farming and glass houses, acres and acres of them.
The old city of Brugge is a sensationally picturesque place. Brugge ...