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... wonderful canals threaded through the town and walking was easy.
Our apartment was overlooking one of the canals and we were always hanging out the window enjoying the view. We had a large 3 bedroom so we had plenty of room for everyone and most importantly for Mike to cook for us. We were also close to the oldest pub in Belgium which has been trading for 500 years. Obviously, we had to check it out.
We walked the canals, shopped ...
... was that we were there for the last 2 days of lobster season. So we were lucky to have some of our dishes.
-after finally exiting the prolonged dinner we went for a walk in the "town." There was nothing there so we headed home for sleep.
-today's bike stats: elapsed time 5, rolling time 3:30, distance 55 km.
... bustling center square and surrounding streets, but all of old Bruges (inside of its gates) has the cobblestone streets and medieval structures, many of them sitting on shimmering canals, covered in green ivy. You can enjoy the bustling touristy areas of it as well as wandering around the more peaceful and quiet areas.
Other than just seeing the central market area of old Bruges and walking around quite a bit, we also had a chance to eat some of the ...
... funny. She told me that best by dates - are now on beer - bc beer is classified as food! She said Belgians don't drink a lot - they eat a lot. The strongest beer they make is 11%!! The second reason the beer is after the tour - it's strrrrooonnnngggg! Did you know that if you have to much to drink and get on a bicycle - you can get a DUI. After the tour, I eat lunch in the brewery's tavern. I ordered Shrimp croquettes because the shrimp was from the North Sea. ...
Amazon rainforest covers about 70 % of Surinam. There are only roads in Lower Surinam (the northern part), but that does not mean that Upper Surinam is inaccessible. To the contrary! There are two ways to travel into the Amazon rainforest of Surinam. By boat (motorized korjaal) and by bush plane. Planes for the jungle leave from the regional airport of Paramaribo, called Zorg en Hoop. There are regular flights to many ...