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... weather was sunny and clear and it was a gorgeous ride back thru the country past Blue cows, sheep and horses grazing. After lunch we did a little shopping and later went to dinner at Benevito; delicious Italian! The courtyards were lit up with candles and trees with twinkle lights and it was a magical ending to our trip! Till next time! ...
... century, a wool
market, a woollens weaving industry, and the market for cloth all
profited from the shelter of city walls, where surpluses could be safely
accumulated under the patronage of the counts of ...
... here!), past windmills, farmland, cows, geese, horses, fields of corn, through quaint little towns, joggers, other cyclists, and even people swimming laps of the canals (in their wetsuits!). We stopped here and there for a drink (and to rest our butts), and had our pre-prepared picnic (leftover breakfast) sitting beside the canal. We bought foie gras with truffles at the tiny town square in Damme, and continued into the pretty border town of Sluis in the Netherlands, where ...
While we bounced in and out of a few other countries, for the most part April was Turkey month for us. We've flown through a lot of countries on this trip, but it was nice to really sink our teeth into one country for a while, as well as really feel like we saw most of it. It turns out Turkey is a really big country with a lot of diverse places. Since I’m sure everyone reading this blog is putting ...
... cobblestones and looking at fairy-tale turrets overhead can be a dangerous business, but Jean managed to get through it without a fall. (There have been three falls so far on the trip, but no one has been badly hurt yet.) You really have to pay attention to where you are going and not be walking, looking up, and/or taking pictures at the same time.
It was market day in Bruges. After our guide and program manager turned ...