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... of Bruges, the Civil
Registry, and the City Archive. The
Basilica of the Holy Blood was in this square.
We were allowed to view the inside from a balcony area which was unusual
since there was a Mass being said. The
interior of the Church was ornate with amazing stained glass windows. Since the sun was shining so brightly today,
even though the temperatures are not warm, the sparkle of the stained glass was
... around the city we became a bit chilly so headed back to the hotel to grab some warmer clothes. After accidentally sleeping off the beer for a couple of hours we headed out, did some washing, grabbed some stuff from the supermarket, then returned to make some tasty tasty sammiches and waffles for our evening meal. They were the best sammiches ever and they all lived happily ever after. The end.
... Dutch villages. We arrived at the beach just north of Vlissingen (also known as Flushing), where Jim's dad apparently crash landed in a B-26 bomber on October 2, 1942. As we stood on the sand dunes and cliffs that rose a couple hundred feet above a wide sandy beach, we could imagine how a plane the size of a twin-engine B-26 Maurader bomber could have been able to land on this life-saving "oasis ".
We imagined the crew, with ...
... by some of the 47 bells as well as the views. On the coast the North Sea was grey and grim, but we spent some time visiting the open air museum the Atlantic Wall established by Germany in WWII. More Belgian beer and waffles before another tour of Brugge's streets, this time courtesy of a large Belgian horse and carriage. I am not going to discuss Belgian beer and chocolate, there is no discussion, it is the ...
... course the long way because apparently I do not know directions in Europe and became completely drenched.
Once back in Brussels, I obviously changed to dry clothes, ate dinner and did some blogging!
Question of the day: Why does Belgium restaurants not provide tap water? If you don't want to die of dehydration, you must buy a bottle of water for THREE Euro!!!… is their water bad? Something to ...