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... couldn't see past me!
Saw a beguinage - had been a secluded religious community, typically walled, but not a religious order of monks or nuns. Seems quite luxurious - large houses. Seemed more like a retirement village for the wealthy!
Now for some exercise - we hired bikes than headed out of Brugge to the old port of Damme. Nice ride along the pathways that were originally for the horses that pulled the barges from Damme to Brugge. Very nice ride along ...
... a couple pieces to try, we HAD to get about eight. Life's hard sometimes.
Bruges is often labeled "the cutest town in Europe." Looks like we're not the only ones that figured it would be a great spot to visit during Christmastime... the streets are packed with tourists! Luckily, if you venture off on any of the side streets the crowds thin out and there is still plenty to see. This place is incredible- every turn amazes and there is always something beautiful to ...
... the wallet so not a game changer but they pinged me for 250ish Euro. I realised within two steps as I put my hand back in my pocket. ****en slick work I have to say as they must have followed me for a while and been waiting for me to take my hand off it and the speed at which it happened suggests they were super close to me. I had been trying to stay aware of my surroundings, etc. but I've learnt the hard way that you simply can't be totally aware all the ...
... She came over to me and asked if I had taken her photo and I explained that I did and that I thought she was going to go right into the fountain. Next thing I know both she and her boyfriend seemed to want us to take their picture in the fountain, so they both got in and we took their photos (see our photos from today).
Finally, it was time to make the last push into Bruges, which is only about an hour from Ypres. We arrived in Bruges ...
... sit down and rest at. Ready to do some work, we looked around for a cafe with wifi. We found a nice one that served a good americano. Sitting by the window and working, makes me hope my next apartment has a nice view I can put our kitchen table by. Two hours later, well after I'm sure we overstayed our welcome, we left to explore the outer streets of the city. I probably said this before, but Brugge is just pleasant to walk around. For the next few weeks, until ...