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Northern France and the WW1 battle fields
... flemish where into it. The more modern impressionist stuff was much tamer, landscapes and still life, etc. Much more soothing, even if it was impressionist stuff
For the record I did find Gruuthuse museum. It was just just next door but it was closed for renovations.
I gave up on my recommended walk and started meandering. I came across the St Salvator cathedral. Yet another domineering belfry, they love they're towers in this town. The church was beautiful. The ...
... juice, fruit and toast with jam. I guess Peter must be feeling better as he gave Lian one of his long, detailed explanations of Pickleballl! Quite close to our room, on the other side of a small bridge, is a Camino shell embedded in the street in bronze! This scallop shell is the symbol of the Camino and many pilgrims carry one on their packs. So there must have been a walking route to Santiago all the way from Bruges. Occasionally on our walk we would see ...
... out at the bar with some locals. There was a Belgian artist playing music there that night so it was pretty crowded. A stand out thing we have noticed about Belgium is the living arrangements. People either live in the city in houses or apartments that snare a wall or they live in farm country where there are hills and not many neighbors. There is no in between suburbs like at home. Right now we are on the first leg of three trains on the way to Amsterdam! Miles walked: ...
... we next met Frankie, who must've thought we were stalkers as we all knew everything about him. Alas, a night of Belgian beer and Pirate Metal started. Raph and I were hit by severe Edelweiss nostalgia and ended helping behind the bar. The night ended in a small local hole in the wall place and few good beers with the locals. And thus, we leave this city, enchanted by it's romance and maybe slightly hungover. ...