Leonardo Hotel Brugge
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... for a walking tour of the city. The city centre, inside the moat (it's a former walled city) is 3km from top to bottom, and it felt like we walked most of it!
After a coffee and cake, walked back to the hostel, and were reunited with Janet's luggage. Had an hour to get changed and powder our nose and back into town for a meet and greet with the local choir we have been paired with. They ...
... abuse for much of the trip. At times he seemed distracted, being absent for long periods. I imagined him to be staring blankly at the map, shaking his head and desperately looking for a familiar road name, just as I would do.
With the city behind us our focus was on Camping Groenveld (51.00509, 3.57229) in Dienze, our guide book listed the site as being popular with Dutch visitors, and we guessed ...
We headed off to Bruges with our friend the Eurostar, with a stop in Brussels just to change trains. We followed the crowds in to the centre of Bruges and found that the central square (which was so empty in the movie) was filled with people and stalls as there was a food festival happening. It was 3-5 euros per entree sized meal prepared by the local restauranteurs so we had a few different bits and pieces which added up to a tasty lunch.
... Car free Sunday in the newspaper and went to the meeting to join. Apparently they had been practicing for a few months with a local choreographer to get ready for the event. Throughout the rest of the day, they performed as a "flash mob" 2 more times in 2 separate locations. The first one was the only one that I saw.
After the dance, the Mayor said a few Dutch words and they brought out a very energetic and fun aerobics instructor to start off their day. Before they got ...
... and dropped off more passengers for the tram. One bus unloaded a bunch of young boys (10-13) who were loud and boisterous and also very rude. They crowded the seats pushing everyone else out and kept harassing a slightly older girl (15 or so). The boys were saying stuff to her in french and getting close to her, pretending to touch her, and when her bus arrived she got up from the stop and entered the ...