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This was my first road trip in the driver seat driving to a different country. I have done the Canada thing as well as driven from Romania through Bulgaria to Turkey but always in the back seat!
Let me start by saying that this place was recommended to me by my dear friend Jules who recently passed. I have to say it exceeded my expectations. Bruges is a major city in Belgium that was not bombed during the war so the buildings are historic ...
... family: monospace;">-with some GPS help we found the hotel and pulled up just as Texas and Oz were rolling in. We felt like we were on Amazing Race and Phil was about to say "you are team number three."
-we got cleaned up and met up with Texas, Oz and Swiss for a drink in the hotel and then caught a cab into the town center. The Swiss couple decided to bike. Hard core.
... double vodka redbulls the game was underway and Germany smashed Brazil a solid 7-1. I got to chat with a German girl who gave us some face paint for the game! With Germany sealing victory, it would only be a matter of time before we get to watch them play in the final in Berlin.
Bruges was a really nice town to have a break in after Paris, and now it was time to head off to Amsterdam!!!
... we could find. And excitedly discovered that the price of a beer is easily at least half what it cost in Nice! We took out our map to plan our next route- mum had recommended to try find a nunnery that she had been to. We put a cross on the map, as she had found it hard to find. Turns out we found it harder to find a local public WC! The nunnery was very picturesque, and we even saw a nun on a bicycle. We had booked a table at ...
... I just strolled back and forth across, sometimes stopping to take pictures, sometimes stopping for coffee or a beer and to read. You can feel the vibe of all the good people. You can see it in their facial expressions and their body language. There are hundreds of bikes in town and not one is locked up. No one is afraid of anyone walking out on their tab at restaurants. Everyone is genuinely happy and enjoying ...