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- Non-smoking hotel
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... as a navigator- especially as the map is written in such small print I struggle to read the long weird names even with spectacles.
There are some beautifully decorated buildings and the canals have some beautiful reflections.
After a very average dinner the boys let me loose and from 940 to11pm I wandered around on my own to take photos and watch the sunset and see the light reflections on the canals when it eventually became dark at 1015 pm.
Today Jan had to make final funeral arrangements with Linda so he took us into the village to look around and then picked us up about 1.00pm. We went to Linda's house to say goodbye. It was a very sad moment. We then drove up to Jan's mother's house in Hanau. It should have been a 2 hour drive but that day a 1st World War ...
We spent the morning wandering Brussels, first checking on Manneken Pis, to see if he grew overnight. He didn't, but someone had put clothes on him, which was good as he looked cold last night. (That joke brought to you by Laura) Then we wandered the pretty streets taking photos, but if we'd known what awaited us in Bruges and Ghent, we probably wouldn't have bothered. The Grand Place was still pretty great though, if not as magical without all the lights on. ...
... stones. There were yet more Christmas markets to check out. We both found some gloves to buy, Erins were to go over her other pair and mine were a lighter pair, but they had iphone compatible finger tips. So I no longer have to suffer freezing fingers while taking photos on my phone. I then realized that one of the gloves had a hole in the knitting, so we took them back, and the lady gave me another pair, but told me to keep the old pair, bonus I had spares.
We have been taking advantage of the very inexpensive 'Kust' tram to visit the numerous coastal towns along Belgium's seaside. The tram line is 84 kms long and goes from DePanne near the French border to Knokke near the Netherlands border. The seaside is a favourite destination for many Belgians. It is one of the most beautiful coastlines in all of Europe. Each of the coastal towns has it's own unique character, which I will try to show you with the ...