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This blog is late because I decided to wait until the cruise is over and tell about all of it, and also because Wi-Fi on the ship is very expensive and slow.
And before I go any further, let me say that this is a big cruise liner and too big for my liking, so I don’t think I’ll be doing a cruise on one this size again.
First stop was Zeebrugge for Bruges. The ship’s shore excursion to Bruges was a walking tour, and quite good, although the place ...
... After checking into our hotel, an ex monastery, we went on a walking tour of Brugge with a local guide. She was very good. There are 23 churches in this small town. There is a river that runs through the centre of town. A very pretty place that is steeped in history, dry much like the rest of Europe, I imagine. As we walked we passed many very old houses that usually have the year built on the outside of the building. There is also a little bridge in the middle of town called ...
We had one full day to explore Bruges and we really made it count. After waking we walked into the city. Cool old buildings everywhere and cobblestone streets. The way buildings are aligned here in Europe, they look like books sitting on a shelf :3
Cobblestones! The mortal enemy to rolly bags, baby carriages, and high heeled shoes. In Amsterdam at ...
Last night we went into town to eat dinner or "supper" as Liz says. We decided to go through an area that is kind of like a little alleyway with restaurants lining each side. Every restaurant has a person standing outside trying to convince you to come into their restaurant. It's really difficult because you really don't want to stop and talk to all of them but if you don't stop, how do you know if you want to go in that restaurant? Well we finally picked on that said a three ...
... drunk by the end of it and couldn't keep up with Gemma and Ruairi particularly when the Jagermeister came into play. They were definitely friends we will keep in touch with but it was home time for us not long after. We somehow made it back home after a very fun night - the biggest night out on our trip yet! The next morning Lachie was not in a good state and nauseous to say the least - he didn't improve much throughout the day either. Luckily our ...