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OK, today was fun but somewhat stressful.
We were ready and checked out of the Des Trois Poussins by 8.30am, a near record for us. We even managed breakfast, which comes with the tariff at Des Trois Poussins.
We were advised to walk up to the bus stop and take a bus to Gare de Nord, which in fact we managed with little incident - …
... aside and then just left sitting there. I asked for it and the women said it needed to be checked. Time was ticking. Finally someone pulls it over and ask me to open pouches. They proceed to take EVERY LAST ITEM out of my bag. Seriously down to the last hair pin. All my undergarments were in this bag and now they were thrown into buckets. They swabbed my bag down and tested it for whatever they test for. This was SUCH a slow process and during ...
... on that day, so we decided to take a seat in Craenenburg house, and we never regretted that :D
There are nice parks in the southern side of the old town (which is the end of the boat tour). I can imagine how crowded these parks will be in summer time. Brugges is the wonderful mixture of France, England and Holland. Even in the freezing rain, I helplessly fall in love with this city.
After a late night we got up extra early by Paris standards and caught the TGV from Paris to Brussels, and then made our way by local train to Brugge. All up it really only took us 2.5 hours, which isn't that bad. Naturally our first stop was chocolate and waffles which lived up to the hype. Since the canal tours were closed due to the season we jumped in the horse carriage and did ...
... included Breaky in the dining room which was yum yum pigs bum. Here I learned a new skill....How To Purloin From The Breakfast Buffet. I must say Joanne is a good teacher and I quickly picked up the skill as she quickly filled her handbag. We ate the fruits of our spoils for lunch later in the day.
First stop was the Town Square so that Jo could climb the belfry. She was all set to go up the 365 steps to the top but the queue for this pleasure was really long so ...
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