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... for our gourmet meals, tasted a couple of their 400 beers they produce, enjoyed their cafes and took a canal tour to learn a bit more about the city. It was occupied during the war but not bombed, so it had loads of old world charm.
One of their churches houses one of the 3 remaining statues of 'Madonna and Child", so we enjoyed the cafe on the street, while Helen popped in for a gander.
We also found a Haagen Daz ...
... did find a supermakret. After perusing the aisles for a few minutes apt hey came and told us it was closing time, and that we should get out. We desperately grabbed what food we could find and then left. Tonight's dinner included: Some cold tuna pasta Tuna cans 1L of orange juice (I wish we had got 2) 4 bananas And the house speciality, 1 large pack of Nacho Cheese Doritos! (Of all the food in that supermarket, trust Jimbo to buy a bag of crisps for ...
... and hand out soup (delicious! Tomato and meatball), cookies, waffles, coffee, tea, Coke, water and “holy water” – essentially moonshine. I had just enough time for a cup of hot soup and a glass of holy water, and we were at it again.
The walking was quite pleasant, and I was able to keep a decent pace, trying to keep myself just behind the military contingent and ahead of the Belgian man dressed in a 1940s Canadian uniform ...
... to the Jean Van Eyk
statue that was in the background of a famous shot of the movie In
Bruges. We wanted to recreate the shot as suggested by some but it turns
out the bench they were sitting on in the picture was too close to the canal
edge in order to reproduce it. They must have had a film crew on a barge
to take the shot.
From the Van Eyk statue we
ventured to the Basilica of the Holy Blood. The basilica is best known as
... there were two little fry stands with delicious fries! It always blows my mind how many people are out on the streets. I love how European cities mostly all of a square, and so many people utilize and enjoy it! Our next stop was a boat ride on the canals. Brugge doesn't have near as many canals as Venice- but it has it's fair share. The boat ride was 30 minute, and the driver pointed out different things along the way. While on the boat ride, we saw ...