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... good for about an hour indoor stroll through artwork that dates back to the 15th century until the 20th. Then it was time for another beer at our favorite brewery. This time we decided to get lunch there, and it didn't disappoint. I had the traditional beef Flemish stew made with their darkest beer and Jonathan had meatballs with potato mash. They were both super flavorful and delicious. The beef in my stew was tender ...
... squares and little alleyways that only exist around these old towns. There were really interesting antique markets with lots of cool stuff we wouldn't get through customs. It was warm, romantic and you couldn't help walking around with a big smile on your face. Brugge is worth a visit, even if it's only for the day ( but beware of hoitey toitey sales staff in lace shops ). (Melissa) Brugge...stay the **** out of the bike lanes!!! They look like footpaths, ...
... the Flanders' fields.
Apparently the term 'to chat' apparently came from the description that men in the trenches used to explain the removal or picking of life from their clothes. So next time you're 'chatting ' wit h someone, think twiceTomorrow we leave for France for two weeks and I'm sure that there will be plenty more to see and experience and appreciate.
As we are staying here in a hostel above a ...
... we got into town there was some nice architecture but we struggled to nail the transport system. We got lost a few times in trying to get to some sights and were just a bit over what we had seen. Luckily upon arriving in Bruges (1hr train away) we were pleasantly surprised. A smaller town with much more. Great hotel 5 mins walk to the city centre, cobble stone streets, shops and lots of beer, chocolate and waffles. We jam packed ...
... of that they are generally very ornate. The Church was no exception. Across from the Church is the Belfry, which is where Ross has his fencing club. We did a tour of the bell tower part. There was a lift in the bell tower, so I was grateful not to have to climb he stair, but like the stairs in Europe the lifts would also never met code standards in Australia and I generally feel like I am taking my life in my own hands every time we get in one. Near the top ...