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Ostend, Belguim was a quick 2 night stopover on our way to Amsterdam.
It had a huge beach and a large esplanade with some cool orange art features.
It was empty of people and would be one of those places that come alive in summer.
We did a day trip to the nearby gorgeous city of Bruges.
This is a cool city centred around a couple of big plazas, lots of canals and pretty photo
... cup of tea and a couple of the chocolates we bought today. Yum. They are nice chocolate. We mostly got soft centres and truffles but I may check out their solid block chocolate to make sure its the chocolate that is so good not the filling. The things I have to do. Tomorrow I have changed our plan a little bit. We were going to go to Ghent but I may change that and drive into France to see the Australian War Cemetery. Will see what tomorrow brings. Tot Ziens / Au ...
... rose a couple hundred feet above a wide sandy beach, we could imagine how a plane the size of a twin-engine B-26 Maurader bomber could have been able to land on this life-saving "oasis ". We imagined the crew, with fuel running out, preparing to ditch into the sea in an unknown location. We imagined their seeing the cold October water as they first dropped below the fog. We imagined the fear they must have felt as the first of two engines stopped for lack ...
... windy, crowded streets to a monastry where talking (and photos) was not allowed. Afterwards we stopped at a local restaurant and had some local cuisine (chicken or beef stew) as recommended by the guide. I guess he got a good commission for that.
With such crowded streets and horse carrages riding past, the atmosphere was festive, but for us it felt like it was too much of a tourist trap. Everywhere were chocolate shops, churches, canals and ...
... was called we went up to deck 5, scanned our sea passes and walked down the tunnel to get to the coach. Easy. The journey to Bruges took about half an hour and in that time we were introduced to the guide, told the order of our tour round Bruges, given a bit of history, and also handed some chocolate samples. We were then sub-divided into two smaller groups that we would be in for our walk round Bruges. Called the ‘Venice of the North’, Bruges’ ...