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Woke up to a sunny morning as we walked to pick up breakfast from a grocery store. Afterward, we took a walk around the canal and decided to see the city by boat which gave us a slightly different view of the city. From there we continued to walk around the town and decided to try a Belgium waffle- sadly, both of us were disappointed by it (thankfully it was cheap). We returned to the hostel to attempt some planning to figure out our next stop after Brugge (we have a gap of ...
... of our tour. I must say it is the prettiest medieval city I have visited on our tour so far. AND THE HEAVENS OPENED THEN for the rest of our time in Brugge but still it will be a place to remember- lace, chocolates & beer (greg). Getting ready for the UK maybe. At least the umbrella is. Ha!!!! Our tour director had made it quite clear that the coach will not wait for us after our free time & ...
... compares to Cadbury's!!
On Wednesday night we had tried to eat dinner at a restaurant that has been recommended by the hotel staff, and was rated very well on tripadvisor. But it was booked out, so on Thursday we made a reservation and we weren't disappointed. Dylan had the traditional Flemish stew with Apple sauce. I had chicken strips, with mushrooms, bacon and silver onions with a Flemish sauce and their version do a potato bake (not ...
... well – sprinkled) on Peter and I from family via email and managed a skype connection with Adrian and family.
The day improved steadily to sunshine having burnt off most of the mist by about 2pm. The volume of tourists increased incrementally with the improvement in the weather so that by about 12 noon, the
Given the ship was sailing at 4pm, we had to be back on board by 3:30pm so we ...
... popularity. We were there on Belgium's Labor Day, though, and everyone seemed to be traveling. Our train from Brussels was so packed with people that is was almost hazardous. People were sitting three to a two-person bench, and hundreds of people (including Dennis) still had to stand. It was a little reminiscent of Sri Lankan buses....
It was fun to be out and about on a Belgian holiday, though. Belgians certainly seem to know how to party. ...