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... two minutes prior to the English tour starting... I totally planned it that way... not. It was perfect timing though, and we hopped right in. The 45 minute tour was super informative and fun, and our tour guide was very sweet and enthusiastic. After climbing steep stairs to multiple levels of the brewery, stopping for talks along the way, we made it to the roof. What a view! Then back down we went for more talks and then the final stop in the brewery for our tasty ...
... of this vacation.
As the store owner wraps up my purchase, he asks me where I'm from, and smiles warmly when I tell him I'm from Canada."We love Canadians in Brugge. Did you know it was the Canadians who liberated Brugge in 1945? They came over the only bridge that the Nazis hadn't bombed. We call that bridge "The Buffalo Bridge" in honor of those men from your country. I can show you where it is on the ...
... Sahara. There were many sobering photos and stories in the museum. It reminds us that there are no winners in war really. It's also hard to imagine that all of the beautiful countryside we have been driving through was the site of so many battles over the centuries.
The second site we visited in Flanders Field was the Tyne Cot Cemetery, where many of the dead from Great Britain, France, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, and even Egypt ...
Back to hostel to check in & then went out for dinner just around the corner. Sharing an 8 bed dorm with 7 guys where to party - I think they will all be in late or very early tomorrow morning
Dinner 19.20 E Pallieterke Rabbit cooked in beer & prunes with croquettes. Had a vanilla slice back at the hostel with a cuppa.
... return the car which we have been using now for the past five weeks. It will also then be our farewell to Europe as we head to the British Isles to continue our travels in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
It’s a little bit sad because, after three months, the trip is now half over. At the same time however, we are looking forward to the next part of our journey. We can only hope that it is as much fun as what we have already ...