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... to explore the city which I think is a great idea. I've had to use these lockers my entire trip! At 2:30 I went on the free walking tour and I had a blast. I met some very cool people and loved the city so much I decided to stay another night so I could finish the tour and stay for the beer tasting later tonight. I cancelled my reservation for Lille, France, (hopefully they didn't charge me!) and asked the receptionist if he had any ...
... have a bike riding adventure. For 4 Euros we hired the bikes for an hour. Bruge old town was pretty much surrounded by a canal, so we cycled around the canal to check out the windmills. We ended up in the middle of an elderly walking tour, their guide in particular was really entertaining and ended up taking photos of us posing on our bikes. This was fun but the wind on our faces was incredibly cold. These bikes were a bit different to ride as they are designed to ride ...
... as we got up early this morning to take out the bikes we had rented!! We spent the first bit of the morning biking through the town of Brugge! It is a very small town, about 20,000 live within the old walls of the city! We biked up and down the beautiful cobblestone streets admiring the buildings! Every building is covered in amazing detail work that you could admire for hours!! We felt as if we were in an old medieval town!! ...
... in. This shop was not as fancy as the other shops and felt more like a real family run business. The chocolates looked delicious and we decided to buy from there. We could have picked up a mixed box that was already prepared, but the owner said he was happy to make us a box without coconut ones (since we indicated we didn’t like those) if we wanted to come back tomorrow. We thought that was great and continued on. The windmills were neat and it was nice to be able to get ...
is an immaculately-preserved piece of Belgian history which gleams down
upon its visitors with its seductive appeal seeking to grab you by the
lapels and really demand your attention. Shunning the prospect of seeing
Brugge on a canal cruise, I departed the city from the main station in
the direction of Ghent, and felt that, although a mere half a day in
Brugge really only constituted a flash ...