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... I'm lucky because I get a double bed and my siblings get single beds. Afterwards we went for an explore round Brugge we found a little café and had a coke. We then went for dinner in The Markt which is the main town square. For dinner I had croque Madame. Afterwards we went to have a waffle and went back to the hotel. Today was really exciting and ...
... to the Michelangelo, Madonna and Child white marble statue. The statue has been stolen twice, once by French revolutionaries and the other by Nazis. A fair bit of the church is under renovation so we weren’t able to see a lot of the church.Lastly for the day, before heading back for happy hour at the hostel, we went to a little lace shop and were lucky enough to watch how they make lace. I now have a new found respect for ...
... Jany back in Calais as he has to take the coach back to the depot in The Netherlands where he will now have to spend Christmas in a tiny town with a couple of other drivers before going home on the 27th. It was very sad, and within a few minutes of us landing at Dover he sent Laura a text saying 'already I am missing everyone'. Poor Jany! A large chunk of our group stayed behind in either Amsterdam or Brugge so we had to say goodbye to them this morning too which was ...
... enjoyable. We found the town square, filled with extremely old cathedrals and towers and colorful buildings. Canals and trees lined many of the streets and made the entire town feel homey and welcoming. That night, we wanted to experience some Belgian beer and celebrate Lacy's 24th birthday at midnight. We first found a small place called Brugs Beertje that had literally hundreds of beers and was plastered with awesome signs and coasters on the walls. ...
... the first stock exchange
in the world) and developed into the most sophisticated money market of
the Low Countries in the 14th century. By the time Venetian galleys
first appeared, in 1314, they were latecomers.