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... centre is white small, over several blocks the town has the benefit of magnificent 12th century buildings and canals. After a couple of hours we moved on to Brugge about another 80 kms and after some difficulty as new roads had been built near the station, we found our hotel and booked in. Our car is parked in. Public parking station, however on presentation ...
... over to make room receiving a grateful smile and ‘Danke.” I thought-, “German speakers to the left.’ And started attempting to construct a greeting or question in German in my head to use with them later. Meanwhile Dan was having his own problems.
“She keeps hitting me with her backpack,” he whispered his eyes narrowed in annoyance. I looked over at the ‘backpack’ and ...
... which was a courtyard of a church, surrounded by quaint white houses, completely filled with flowers. It was quite, serene and magical. The church had some nice marble pieces but otherwise wasn't remarkable on the inside. Continuing on my way, I saw Minnewaterpark across the river. Blooming trees surrounded a picturesque spired building. I took a detour to check out the park and encountered a rooster as I entered - which was strange as there were no ...
We are now in Bruges- a town that still looks medieval. All the buildings look like they are from the Middle Ages- if you ignore the thousands of sightseers and just as many tourist shops. Our room is on the third floor (no lift) and has a small sitting area. It's nice-- except for where the bed is! You have to go up another narrow flight of stairs for the bed. It is a bit scary up ...
... a built-in wardrobe. The best thing is that it feels really clean. In Brussels, I didn't feel like the room was dirty exactly, but it didn't feel clean either. We were greeted by the owner, Natalie, and her enthusiastic front desk man, Rik. Apparently, there's a dog somewhere as well. He had been banished to the courtyard during our arrival, and we could hear him calling.
We went out right away for a walking tour, taking in the Markt (which I think is ...
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