Hotel the Wigwam
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... of the Belfort Tower, I grabbed a cappuccino on the square. The guy there said the horse carriage tours are cool but pricey,, but a covered bus does a tour for a lot less. I hopped on that and although it was cheesy, I saw a lot in 50 minutes and got some great pics.
... bits, propped up right next to a rather realistic looking chocolate penis. An English couple, who I privately nicknamed Bob and Margaret, swooned. “oooh!” she said. “That’s rude! It’s chocolate willies!”
The day was off to an awesome start.
It seemed that Langestraat was partially closed off, and people had set up stalls selling all manner of goods. There was a cycling competition with stationary bicycles hooked up ...
... way up to the Church of our lady (Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk – I won’t even try to pronounce it). Being the picture perfect town that Bruges is, everything was like it should have come out of a storybook. We enjoyed watching the horse drawn carriages roll down the cobbled streets as we sat drinking in one of the city’s many bistros.
After a late lunch ...
... the former colonial plantations - former Dutch Plantation Peperpot, with old colonial buildings and nature trails - by korjaal to Braamspunt, to watch the dolphins and to have a day on the beach - Cynthia McLeods boat Sweet Merodia takes you on a plantation tour - Hannover savanna, near Zanderij International Airport, ideal birding place - Warappa creek excursion, birding and visiting colonial sites - by korjaal to Matapica beach - take a swim at Cola Kreek or at Blaka ...
... up, laughing, and inform all the people in the room that they must eat those knick knacks because I sat on someone's lap to get them! hahaha
Nicolaas later informs me that this was all my supervisor's idea... haha. Belgians have some good humor for sure; I will admitt that. :)
Not the typical Halloween but memorable for sure. :) Belgium is alright... :)
Miss you all!