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... is famous today because Brendan Gleeson jumped from it in a movie. A simple walk up 366 narrow steps leads to the top of the belfry, and a few strategic breaks along the way allow views of the tower's intricate automated carillon as it plays a rotating series of musical pieces (which are swapped out with new ones periodically).
Following our less-than-relaxing ascent of the Belfort, Bram bid farewell and Jaclyn and I headed to De Halve ...
... all the way back up to London, then jumping on a train straight back to Ashford. It was a bit touch and go, but at the last minute I get called up the front of the coach to be ready for my drop off - "Could those passengers getting off at Junction 9 please get themselves ready..." was the announcement LOL. Which caused a lot of confusion as no one but me and Becky, Esther & Christine knew I had hoped to jump off early! I ...
Our last entry left us in Canterbury on the South East part of the English coast. While this post is a wee bit late and is being completed in the Belgium sunshine on the outskirts of Bruges. In between there has been some of the greatest adventures of our trip as yet.
From Canterbury we continued our tour of the coastline, including the town of Sandwich. Yes, this is where our now food staple was reportedly 'invented' as a Baron slapped meat between two pieces ...
... me for 50km. She said
that I looked like one of her students.
In a parking lot the
first driver which I approached accepted to take me. He is 40,
working with pressure stuff in heating and gas. He is still enjoying
to drive around with skateboard. Said that he was a bad, long haired
pupil when went to school. Also told me to study hard, otherwise will
have to do it like he did it – 5 years working in a ...
... too fancy there. All good value and quite nice too!
The next day we went on a canal cruise which was really nice. We got to see the hotel which was used in the movie "In Bruges". Then we went to a church which has been turned into a museum and we saw the sculpture 'Madonna and child' by Michaelangelo, which is apparently his only work kept outside of Italy. Then we got some lunch and caught a train back to ...