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Amazing result to get up & walk away - my biggest regret was no one getting a photo, & that Catherine was riding in front so only heard the crash but didn't see it!!
After a mandatory sit down & barrage of neuropsch tests, Catherine reluctantly let me ride home - slowly!
Riding in Brugge & Ghent is very different to home - buses, cars, taxis, pedestrians & bikes just coexist. Drivers are just so aware of bikes & will give ...
... and flowers. Mac wanted raspberries, so we purchased two small containers. Very delicious.
Next on our itinerary was the Rick Steves' walking tour of Brugge, which started at the Bell Town in the main square and wound around to the Minnewater. Along the way, we discovered a Kathe Wohlfart Christmas store, one of our favorites. The kids enjoyed picking out more Holzbuddies ornaments, the small wooden men ...
We left Rucphen for a two and a half hour drive to Bruges in Belgium. We arrived mid morning and drove round a rabbit warren of narrow streets looking for our hotel which we finally found. We checked in and went for a walk, our hotel was right in the centre of the city. We has some lunch in a restaurant opposite a big carnival which wasn't open during the day. ...
... and the corner of those canals that makes up so many of the postcards that you would see of Bruges. Bruges is a very picturesque place (see today's photos) and strolling through it as the sun is going down is really nice.
Tomorrow, we have a full day in Bruges and we are really looking forward to it! We're going to see the sites, take a canal tour, visit the chocolate shops, and enjoy the ambiance of this amazing place!
... on the way out. I have never seen a switch where you can select 6 different languages, but that's Europe!
It didn’t take long until we were travelling on the highway out of Brussels through the Flemish countryside full of flat fields with a few cows and horses. A big traffic jam on the 'Highway to Hell’ forced us to take a scenic detour and finally we arrived in Gent. I had never heard of this town before, so we listened to the guide ...