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... s. The first one we entered we ordered cups of tea and a toasted panini. After a domestic between man and woman behind the counter with the man storming out we got our tea and panini. MDW couldn't find anything she liked the look of so after half a cup of tea we moved on. We are not buying tea from a cafe again. We walked to the far end (from our hotel) of the historic part of Bruges. Many churches, old buildings etc. A common style of architecture ...
... 2 big bags of chocolates. He had ordered it while we were enjoying our waffles. We went by the City Hall, fountains, and statues.One building was called the "Butcher's Building" as the facade looked like strips of bacon the way they arranged the bricks. We also say the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral. It is the tallest church in Europe which is pretty amazing considering how many churches and cathedrals there are in Europe. We then went to the beer pub and all how ...
... the endless concrete blocks before me, and made haste.
Fortunately, that spire belonged to the city’s Town Hall, the King piece in the Grote Markt, Brussel’s main square and attraction. Standing at 315ft tall, and 600 years old, its striking gothic façade is littered with statues of nobles and saints, who stare down the Broodhuis (breadhouse) opposite. The Broodhuis – very similar in style, but far more compact - was built a hundred ...
... beers at a cool pub called the Delirium Café right next to the Jeannekin Pis. With 250 beers on offer, it was hard to choose something and they had 3 levels split up into different specialities such as micro brews, a vodka bar and ‘normal’ beer. Some of the beers had up to 10% alcohol and the walls were covered with old beer signs and trays. It was a cool atmosphere although the beers were a little expensive.
I had a cool idea that we ...
... 8211; where are you going, this
time he says Brugge. He did not look like a crazy guy or anything, so
I entered the car. I am just looking in my map, and he is looking in
it as well, to know where to go :D. He asks me if I want to go by the
highway or take the coastal road where it is beautiful.
the coastal road, but we could not really see the sea anyway, so we
went back to the highway. We drove in Brugge and ...