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... br> We did it. We got to the top at the best part too (that was sarcasm). Right on 4:00pm time time at the beginning of the hour when the BELLS ring.
It was loud.
We took our photos and went back down going into the small rooms with information about the history and mechanics of the tower.
Once we did the tower we went to get MORE BEER!. on the walk there I got my little shot glass of the town. Once ...
... by close ties to a guild of
organized militia, comprising professionals and specialized units.
Militia men bought and maintained their own weapons and armour,
according to their family status and wealth.
... across the main canal, and inside the old town. We were helped along again with a Use-It map for Bruges, which gave us the idea to visit all the places with hearts on the map (sorry mum, sorry dad!) and take selfies of us smooching in all the romantic spots!
Apart from playing Romeo and Juliet, we did a bit of sightseeing too! Other highlights included:
- Wednesday food market in the main town square, which was up there with Barcelona’s ...
... for right? Yeah, waffles. So guess what lunch was....check the obligatory food shot.
Afterward we traveled the back streets to a cloister, saw where the poor lived, checked out canals. We tried to see Saint Salvador's Cathedral but it was closed. We then went to The Church of Our Lady and we only were able to see part of it because of renovations. Not a good church day for us. So we wandered some of the streets and poked our noses into the shops ...
... mental health site
in Bruges. We are all very intrigued to see how this site addresses
mental illness. Wednesday brought rain clouds with our first “real”
day of work. The morning was spent mainly learning about the hospital
and the types of services they offer and the afternoon was spent
shadowing a therapist in the acute setting. By the end of the day, I
was so mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted I could ...