Hotel Sabot d'Or
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... slow motion and nothing you can do to help. There are these poles in the middle of the trail to prevent cars from driving on the trails and someone ran smack into it and flipped over the bike. She ended up being fine other than a cut chin and a big fright. Glad I brought the spray I was given to for my knee so I can be of a bit of help. She was a trooper and got back on and we continued the ride. Had nice conversation with fellow bikers as we traveled through this nice town. ...
... through the town's streets, down narrow alleyways and across bridges. We stopped briefly at the Church of Our Lady (which was, unfortunately, undergoing some extensive renovations). Wanting to get out of the rain, we ducked into Old Bruges restaurant for lunch. Located in the heart of town, the restaurant is obviously meant to appeal to tourists, but that was perfectly fine for us, as Jaclyn's only requirement (mussels) was met.
After lunch, ...
... makes concessions in life, most to the wealth of passion & soul, but few to the wealth of money & security. I felt akin to this nutty Dutchman. And I immediately needed to see the paintings.
'You can moan about Monet
And get silly ´bout Cezanne
You can rave about Degas
And go crazy ´bout Gauguin
But if you wanna see the Blues
Oh, Vincent, he´s your man.' ~ David Olney
Some of these pieces ...
... the line of burials extended as far as Gravesend. Moving right along Des became more and more excited as he anticipated his first channel crossing by sea and seeing the white cliffs of Dover, Dover Castle and Dover harbour. Unfortunately, the fog at Dover only allowed about 10 metres of visibility. Fortunately his shattered dreams were cast aside when he discovered a Burger King at the ferry terminal. The ferry crossing was disappointing as the fog did ...
... Belgium. As an appetizer we were served Dutch kroketten, deep-fried breaded balls filled with cream and cheese. They tasted like warm KFC mashed potatoes and gravy inside a crispy outer crust and were surprisingly good! After lunch we cycled into the Belgium town of Bruges, which literally looks like a town from a fairy ...