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... keep getting pulled out! This morning one of our friends decided she was missing out on some of the discussion - she has bad hearing and wears a hearing aid. It is one of those modern ones which has a microphone attachment that she can place somewhere if she needs to hear something specific. She has given them to the guides so she can hear what they say wherever they are. Anyway she thought it would be a good idea to give it to Mr S and I. Oh dear. As I said ... No good can come of ...
... to the town's prosperity during it's golden age as a merchant marine centre. At one time Bruges was one of the largest cities in Europe, rivalling London. at the top, the view was fantastic, and it was interesting seeing the guts of a fully functioning bell tower. Afterwards we shared an authentic sampling of frites, French cut fries served with mayo. Then we found a chocolate shop ...
We had a half day visit in Belgium! Belgium was really cute. There were horse-drawn carriages around, vines crawling up buildings, and pretty little fountains. It was raining most of the time we were in Belgium, but everything looked even nicer in the rain!
Lunch was great! We went to a Italian place for it (don't remember the name). If you're wondering why lunch was so great, it's because I had four ...
... information office in Ghent and he asked if I wanted to go in. I looked at him a little funny and said, "Why would I go in there when I have you out there?" He beamed like I have not seen a man beam in a long time. It's fun to make someone beam.
So what did we see today? The pictures will speak volumes, but let me start by saying I felt over and over that I was in the middle of A Knight's Tale, a movie (and lead actor) I fell ...
... club as it was so hot and we do not have a bimini to give us shade as we are going along. We decided it would be worth paying for another night with electric so we can use our electric fan, as it would be unbearable without it. The harbour master greeted us and guided us to a pontoon and once tied up then asked us for €15 which we thought was a bit steep, but it did include electric and showers. Water was free if you only wanted a ...