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... find the way back.
The path of the labyrinth is wide enough for a wheelchair so we were able to push Sunny thru, while she gave directions. Elias, Bel and Charlotte ran thru, back and forth between the dead ends. Dale and I got stuck and couldn’t find the way but we got to a place where they could see the top of our heads. By calling out (a little like Marco Polo) we found ...
... surroundings to run, cycle, and exercise in the morning sun. It took me over an hour to venture around the winding gravelled paths, stopping briefly to admire the windmills, lakes, and bridges along the way – and of course, on the odd occasion, to stop myself from throwing up on an innocent child passing by.
With my fuel tank running off its last fumes, and immensely proud that I’d managed to complete a journey without getting totally ...
... So what brings all these people to Bruges?
Bruges is the sort of place where you want to take a photo of everything, because every street, every building and every canal is unbelievably pretty. We rode our bikes up through the old stone archway and up a couple of cobbled streets into one of the squares. There were some beautifully crafted statues adorning the square, one of a group of ladies riding bicycles, ...
... to carry out the business of Bruges. The canals are picturesque and lined with brick homes complete with their stepped roofs. These are decorative but also served to aid chimney sweeps in a land where high-ceilinged rooms would have had to have roaring fires tended round the clock to warm the occupants. Apparently Bruges was one of the poorest cities in Belgium in the early 20th century until it was named a UNESCO World Heritage site and its current residents are ...
... streets and architecture, wandering onto some of the shopping streets will update it as there are numerous chain stores in the streets. If you're in Bruges, bypass these and check out the artisan shops instead as well as the numerous chocolateries tempting you with mouth watering treats.
One of the food items I'd wanted to try in Belgium was their famous moules and frites, and that is exactly what I got for lunch. It's actually for ...