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... to stop
and look at. You just come upon another
Church or a building of some significance to the city. We happened upon St.
Magdalene’s Church this way.
Next we viewed Begijnhof.
This area had a courtyard that housed a Benedictine Monastery and the
Beguinage Church. In the middle of the
courtyard was a green space with grass flowers and trees. There are signs
around requesting complete silence. In
several of ...
... We did work it out and it has not left too much of a mark although we can't work out how she could get anything caught as she has zero percent body fat. We all had a good swim and then checked the campsite out afterwards and it has a soft play area that puts Teifi Mania to shame, it is 2 or 3 times larger so the girls had a great time burning off some more energy there. We had to have dinner in the van as the weather is actually quite chilly, is the summer ...
... restaurants to relax in, and there are also several city rivers to stroll along.
We managed to pick up a traveller’s guide to Bruges, and this recommended a couple of really good eateries. One restaurant it suggested was a local Italian tucked down a back street which served some fantastic lasagne at about half the price of the other tourist restaurants on the main square. We found that lots of the chocolate shops ...
... settled next to a gentile-looking white haired man and unzipped his bag. That’s the last I would see of James. As the 1058 to Brussels was called, I headed for the platform, scarf in hand (partly as there were no bins around and partly because I feared James was watching my every move).
Having wandered through the hoards of confused tourists who’d flopped off the Eurostar and were leaking in to Brussels train station, I pointlessly studied ...
... them at the top. Impressed by the lakes and canals on our morning ride we walked back to the Lake of Love and enjoyed yet another helping of Friets as we watched carriages pulled by horses lugging tourists around. After a bit of shopping in town we sat down to enjoy a slightly more traditional meal of rabbit stew and moules (mussels) before heading once again back to the B&B to sleep before our trip back to the capital the following morning.