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... politician, diplomat to the Scottish king and pilgrim to Jerusalem (hence the name of the Church, not synagogue) It took him 14 months to get to Jerusalem and back, he was there 11 days. The next stop on the map was the Gruuthuse Museum which promises a history on the development of Bruges. I got confused and went into the Groeninge museum instead. I'd actually paid my entrance fee and walked in when I realised. I was standing in an art gallery thinking, this is not what I ...
... and recommended the De Halve Mann brewery. I had my first true Belgium beer there so I was very happy. It is the only remaining working brewery in Bruges. Lunch was very good as well. We had shrimp croquettes and Flemish beef stew. After lunch, we did the brewery tour. It was really interesting to hear about how they brew beer over here. Because it was in an old building, we had to climb over 200 ...
... goods and Labor. After having lunch and a walk around and sampled more beer we met up with Judy's Nephew and went for a coffee that turned out to be a beer or two.
Afterwards we caught a Taxi back to the Car and then headed to Ghent for the nights Accommodation, enjoy the pics of Brugge and Damme.
Cheers Stewart and Nancy.
Hello all is me Baz the Devil.
We started the day with a brisk walk up on the Oostende Promenade and talk about ...
... The old heritage buildings of Brugge have strict rules re changing the exterior so these are having to be left as is and the current home owners are still experiencing daylight robbery.
The city centre was beautiful and we spent the last hour exploring until we had to head back to the ship. Again a lovely place that we would like to return to.
Tomorrow is a sea day heading up the English Channel.
... substantial feed we strolled into town the scenic way and took various photos which took quite awhile. Brugge is so pretty that there is a great photo opportunity around every corner.
After some substantial photo taking, we went to the Basilica of the Holy Blood (google it) and placed our hands on top of a glass box that contains a vial in which it is claimed lies a piece of ...