Ibis Brugge Centrum
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Nothing special, but perfect for being on a budget!
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... It was very interesting. The exhibition afterwards & view from verandah were interesting too. Bought souvenirs.
Noticed in the town square, with all the bikes, a bike pump stand (I think you put $ in).
We bought Ben & Jerry's icecream & a bottled "milkshake" from the supermarket & went back to the house to see how Zoe was (& share). (Noticed the cashier accidentally rang on the till my E5.30 as E53.00, but she gave me the right ...
... was consumed in the shadow of an impressive looking Cathedral, proper and plain. And it was better without the Nutella. Belgium knows waffles.
We decided on another free walking tour to get to know the pretty buildings a little better.Simon the local historian led us on a stroll around a city built on the wealth of merchants. Bruges is not a fan of the French. Or Maximilian. Or Ghent. But especially the French. This place had its golden age before ...
... the truckloads of tourists have departed from their day trips.
- Saw one of only a few Michelangelo sculptures to make it out of Italy at the Church of Our Lady.
- Conquered a mountain of Belgian fries lathered in stoverij, a traditional Flemish stew.
- Washed it down with Belgian waffles and beer, and wondered what Belgium's obesity rates are.
- Saw the oldest ruins in Bruges in the basement of ...
... completely humiliate Ci (a parent's job!) by dancing like loons, whilst he stood and made like a tree! We just danced around him! It was fun when you took the headphones off, you couldn't hear any music just people trying to sing to the tracks they could hear. So funny.
We would have stayed there all night, but Ci wanted to leave to see a band we had seen rehearsing earlier (well, that's what he said anyway!) So, we went back to the main stage in the main square ...
... I managed to drive through 2 No Entry signs. The first time even another driver in a French car followed me before immediately doing a 3-point turn - even the French don't understand their own signs! Miserable signage. Their speed limits make me laugh too. What is the point of changing the limit on an exit from 90 to 70 to 50 at 5-yard intervals? So police can hand out more speeding tickets or so that they can give more work to ...