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... did it. I also went to a concert with a harp player that was very cool and had fun being a kid playing at the large fair. I definitely want to go back to bruge at some point it has an awesome vibe to it, it also never felt that busy to me. on the day I was leaving for brussels someone from the bavkpackers was heading the same way so of we went and stopped on our way in Ghent a large university town that also has a historic city centre the we carried on to brussels. so ...
... the canal system, small locks allowing the water levels to be manipulated as and when required. Fresh water flows in from the now canalised river Reie, and funnelled in and out of the canal ways inside Bruges’ city walls. Considering it seems to rain 99.6% of the time here, it’s fair to say there’d be a few more canals appearing without it. The adjourning park is not big but packed with tiny footpaths that disappear amongst trees and ...
... backpackers never made her way back to the bus, so we had to leave without her! Apparently she caught a train back, but we never saw her again. Maybe she stopped for some Australian made ice cream!
It was only a short trip to our next destination of Bruges. The Flemish name is Brugge and relates to all of the bridges that connect the historic centre. We got dropped off at the bus parking and followed the tour guide, like schoolchildren, through ...
Yum here we are in the chocolate block of the world!
Decided to base ourselves in Gent and take day trips via train to Brugge, Antwerpen and Brussels.
The land here is very similar to the Netherlands - flat and filled with canals.
Gent is a beautiful small town filled with canals, cobbled streets and chocolate shops that you can spend a whole day wandering through.
Brugge on ...
... We saw almost the entire center of the city! After seeing some fellow tourists on the boat munching on waffles, we all had to have one! They were delcicious! Fresh right of the grittle, warm, soft, and covered in toppings like strawberries and caramel, we all gobbled them down before you could've said "Belgium!"! After visiting some more street vendors, amazing smelling choclate shops, and another amazing ...