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Travel Blogs from Oostduinkerke
... the outside of town, through pretty tree-covered paths and past majestical lakes (the Lake of Love in fact).
We stopped off for chocolate and banana waffles along the way (a specialty in Belgium) and found ourselves at a little cafe (Vero Caffe) in one of the back streets. Oh. My. God. The BEST double espresso we have had in a long time. It would rival the best places in Brisbane. ...
... graves. Another 37,000 names of the missing, are inscribed on the walls of the Memorial. There was also at least a dozen other "small" (less than 5,000 graves) cemeteries he saw either on the way out to Tyne Cot or while returning via a different route. Hundreds of these "small" ones don't even get a mention on the maps available at the Tourist Office. We think we may have seen sufficient war cemeteries for a little while. Dinner was at an Irish Pub, Irish Stew and beer of ...
Off out on more walking adventures. Saw on yesterdays bus trip 3 large real windmills and was keen to find them again. Trusty map we found them lovely things blowing in breeze also found a wedding party and a crowd of people doing sword fighting. Proper thing all dress up and very formal crowd watching. Saturday sport in Brugge no doubt. Wondered back through little streets pleased with ourselves at not even getting lost .Had picnic lunch at canal side then more wandering..Home ...
... that is. Market Square, the city centre, was just around the corner from Sint Niklaas B&B, less than a five-minute walk. That was our first stop and it was like stepping back in time. The horse and carriage rides were doing a firm business, while the tea rooms and restaurants around the square were bustling. We took a few snaps and watched the horses for a while, before moving on. Burg Square was just around the corner. It wasn't anywhere near as busy, but it wasn't ...
... boat tour. I managed to find my way on my own, and on Wednesdays it is like a mini Saturday as Jaey calls it in Brugge. There was way more people walking around the shops, there was a fresh produce market, there was a flower market in the main square. Since it was a local market, basically no one was speaking English, I didn't buy anything but it was a sight to see for sure. I ended up finding my way to the Groeninge Museum which shows local Belgian and Flemish art ...
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