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... here because we were all told on separate occasions to skip Brussels and come here instead. Now, I haven't been to Brussels... So I can't technically compare anything. But I'm in love with this city and am so happy to have come here! We drove down from Amsterdam yesterday morning and Jane was once again very helpful, for the most part... She re-routed us a few times when Erika decided to selectively listen to my directions (we accidentally ended up ...
... he saw us walking up to the restaurant is look at Brian's ******. We have decided to call it the ******y pack.
Anyway, back to the evening. Brian and I would have been happy to bike over to Bruges, what's another 5 kilometers? However, the hotel had a deal for 10Euros if we went as a group. It didn't take too much convincing to go this route, Brian anticipating that he may be too drunk even to bike back to the hotel. However, Nathalie ...
... with matching smells. It seemed a little hokey at the time, but in retrospect, it gave a really good perspective on life in those times. Right outside the building was the main market square. Great sausages, cheeses, bread, vegetables and grilled food for an al fresco lunch.
The next day we took a canal boat tour, nothing like seeing a town from the water. These canals were ...
... by the time we got to town and we ate at an expensive place recommended by our host. Vern had the best creamy croquettes he has ever had with some Frittes (originated here - chips with mayonnaise) and I had a lunch special of carrot soup followed by Salmon with bernaise, pasta and grilled tomatoes (19 euro) I have noticed that the salmon is not as rich here as at home which I must say in nicer. The soup was divine and such a generous portion that I ...
... Matt had a beer since we are in the world famous beer country). It was the perfect night cap (no worries about the caffeine, I'm too tired for it to keep me up).
Bruges is so easy to be a tourist in. Easy to talk to people, good signage, lovely atmosphere, great smells everywhere (chocolate, waffles, beer, and fries), cheaper than everywhere else we've been, and super cool shops. We visited the street markets and bought a small painting from a vendor that we chatted with for ...