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Travel Blogs from Brugge
Amazing medieval city!! Had dinner in the resturant below the hostel.
Spent 11 euros (~ $15) and felt like it was a fourtune - which is is
relative to what i have been spending on food this trip. It was tofu and
vegies and rice and salad and it was PHENOMENAL. It might be because I
havent had vegetables in so long or because it …
On another amazingly beautiful day, we went out to the market (if there is a Saturday market.. there must be food! ! !)
Surprisingly there were not too many food stalls, but we still managed to get a whole mini ham roasted (absolutely divine!) and some bread rolls for a pic-nic. Few more bits at the supermarket and then headed to the …
I had a late start on Saturday and didn't arrive in Bruges until 5:00 p.m. The streets were crowded with tourists and lined with shops. Like Amsterdam, the buildings are made of brick and there are a few canals but unlike Amsterdam, there were many catholic churches and more French influences. I discovered that Bruges is known for its old beautiful …
Back in this lovely city, we took a short boat trip around doing a completely different kind of sightseeing.
The only word to describe this place is beautiful
After that, we went for a drink to the pub Vlissinghe, that is the oldest pub in town established in 1515.
That's all for today, we are definitely tired and need …
After some last minute packing we finally headed off to St Pancras to get the very 80's looking Eurostar to Brussels. I was a bit worried about using my new, yet soon to be defunct, UK ID card, but I could have got away with a library card for the split second glance the border control gave it!
We arrived in Brussels and got a local train …