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The sun has warmed up a lot now. Topping up our tans through the windows. Sat nav is saying 1 hour to go. Google maps is showing some heavy traffic in a few miles. Hopefully nothing too bad. Tasty rolls mean we haven't started our pasta salad. I think it will be supper and lunch for ...
... and Ipres. This was the Western Front (as in, “All’s Quiet on the Western Front”), and for the four years of the war, the
Germans and Allies fought over this stretch of land. No doubt, this is where the word ‘entrenched’
comes from: both sides literally dug into trenches and tried to hold their ground for four years. In some battles, one side or the other would gain 850m, ...
... into the maternity barn, with cows lined up to be C-sectioned. Due to the double-muscle, Belgian Blues must be C-sectioned, it is impossible for them to birth naturally. On top of that, a Belgian Blue calf is about 120-150 lbs (a normal Holstein calf ranges between 85 to 90 lbs). We followed the farmer through the barn to the pens of calves. Saw a three-day old Belgian Blue calf that was 165 lbs, and ...
... climbed 366 stairs to the top and up there is a panoramic view of the city. The view as beautiful but it is probably even better when the weather is nicer. After that we walked around town stopping in some chocolate shops and there was a market going on in the markt square with food and clothing stands. Then we headed Baca to the hostel to warm up before dinner. For dinner we ate at a very fancy restaurant and the food was delicious. After dinner we went back to the hostel ...
... hot milk, and we also ordered a waffle that came with maple syrup. We found a canal and sat on yet another park bench and had our beautiful hot chocolate and waffles.
It was just gorgeous. Just around the corner was a street market that apparently has been in Brugge for hundreds of years. It was right next to a canal as well. It had lots of antiques and old wares and I bought two rings that were quite unique.
We made our way back to the square ...