Hotel Villa Verdi
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... shots on the tour).
Next pub and we tried a brunette and a blond (on tap you dirty minded people) which
ended up being free. More mouth pours and we were off to another Belgium bar,
Night out in Bruges so where do we go but an Irish bar!!!
Another beer at the Irish bar and we were on the move again, outside the next place
with all the allotted shots done and feeling pretty full of beer a decision was
made to ...
... had split pea soup. kieran had beef satay. For main, Barry and Lynn had the red snapper fish with rise - very tasty. Randalf recommended the pork chops for Kieran and Lucy and they thoroughly enjoyed it. Barry decided to have New York cheesecake and Randalf started singing New York New York and got Barry to sing one of the lines! He also did a magic trick with Lynn and Lucy. He mad a heart shape disappear from Lynn's hand to Lucy's. lucy thought it was ...
... every street in centre of town for us to follow on our walking tour of city centre. It's a quaint city, lots of greenery and parks – kinda like walking into the past but with modern shops. They’ve preserved the architecture and chosen rather than to “tear down” – renovate which I suppose is common in Europe to keep that old world flavour.
Around lunch Tom wanted ...
... when Canadian soldiers marched into towns across the Low Countries, handing out chocolates to children. For some, including a man that another Canadian had spoken to as he sat in his wheelchair and saluted, it was the first chocolate they had ever tasted. We walked for about an hour and a half, against the wind, and through a sandy patch where the road was being re-built, until we reached a non-descript part of road. “Fifteen minute ...
... which were set and regulated by the state. I said it was like Russia. And you know that’s not a good thing.
Back to the canal ride. It was very nice, and though the day was overcast and it was cool, I was so grateful not to be attacked by pounding sleet like at Mont St-Michel, I was fine. The guide was good, speaking English and German for our group. He could have done French and Flemish as well, and maybe other languages ...