Ibis Brugge Centrum
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Nothing special, but perfect for being on a budget!
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... French, it could have been French sounding nutter gibberish really. He was super funny for some reason so I watched for half an hour until he just stopped and started spinning a yarn to the owner of a local ice cream trolley. He seemed normal for a bit until he went mental and threw his half finished can of coke at someone. To be fair he had a pretty good arm though I think he missed his target.
Thunder and rain in the distance so I ...
... didn't disgrace themselves.
Then we walked down to the Menin Wall to hear the last post which is played every day at eight p.m. There was a huge crowd so we didn't see the display out in front, but we could hear it.
On our way out we stopped to have some dinner at a place called Captain Cook, (Michael said they named it that to catch gullible Australians like us and they did!) before coming back to our boat for the ...
... ended the night at the Celtica bar, which had an American performer playing John Mayer, Counting Crows, and the Police songs. We sang along and had a great night.
The next morning, we woke up and caught a train to Brugge, an ancient medieval city in northwest Belgium. On the bus into the city center, somehow we ran into a brother of friend from Georgia Tech. It is crazy the connections I keep making in Europe! The city is so cute and quaint, but on a Saturday ...
... Soon he started to annoy the establishment in Damme and they asked him to leave but he refused because he had fallen in love so they had him arrested but the guards couldn't handle him because he was that annoying so the establishment sentenced him to death but granted him one wish before he died, the only thing he couldn't wish for was his life. So he wished that he be hung in the middle of the town square completely naked and his body was to be left there ...
... the effect is 100% enchanting.
I achieved my aim of arriving early enough for breakfast in Bruges, and luckily, my room at the Loreto Hotel was also already available. So I parked my luggage, grabbed a bite, and set off to explore.
All walking tours of Bruges begin at the Markt, or Market Square. Reigning over the plaza is the Belfort, which (depending on ...