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... to get to the hotel. Apparently I viewed a whole section of the city that was not planned...I guess good exercise to help recover from my frustration. I then was able to find a laundromat as all my clothes, especially the biking clothes were in a need of a washing. I first went with one bag to figure out the process, it was about a 6 block walk and I was surprised by the "characters" on the street - young and loud. On the second trip, right outside the laundromat there were a ...
... Every year since the Holy Blood Procession takes place in Bruges. And guess who got caught up in the middle of it all? We were following our map to get to our rented room and found every street we needed to cross blocked off. We finally gave up as we wandered by accident into a group of medievally dressed citizens and one gentleman playing some kind of ancient belled instrument. They were lining up to join in the procession. Later we tried to cross at a ...
... an upside down roller coaster. So, applying the
motto of that park visit years ago, I bucked up and headed to town again with
The hosts had offered bikes to
use during our stay but we had steered clear of them, mainly because of my
uncertainty about riding them around the city. The dread of another walk
into the city trumped my uncertainty about the bikes and we decided to give
them a go.
It was the absolute best ...
... visited that cemetery in 1940 and praised the sacrifice of the young Germans. As Raoul put it, "Hitler gave a speech that was all blah blah blah. Hitler was very good at blah blah blah." I asked Raoul whether to the extent any of the dead were Jews (and Jews were definitely welcome in the German army during the Great War), Hitler had them dug up and disposed of. Raoul said even Hitler didn't go that far.
Raoul talked about the first use by the Germans of chlorine gas. ...
... situated in its dunes, founded by King Leopold II in 1903. Today, it is the only links course in the country.Its most famous resident was Albert Einstein, who lived in the villa "Savoyarde" for six months in 1933 after leaving Nazi ...