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... of historical buildings reflected in the long river. Further along is St Michael's Bridge the only place in the city you can see the three towers of St Nicholas' Church, the Belfry which is recognized by UNESCO and St Bavo's Catholic Church as well as the Castle of the Counts. And finally we arrived at St Bavo's cathedral where the Ghent Altarpiece "The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb" is hanging. This was painted in 1432 by 2 brothers Jan and Hubert Van Eyck and ...
... beef slow-cooked casserole, made with dark beer, and the idea is that you dip your chips in the thick delicious juices. We then strolled back to our B&B, relaxed and still taking in the beauty of Bruges.
So "Goodbye Bruges" - who knows - we may be back one day. Apparently winter in Bruges is a wonderland of Christmas lights, Christmas markets, music in the streets and of course snow! (and there’s a tower waiting for a certain person to climb!!)
... in the 12th century as the chapel of the residence of the Count of Flanders, it is now renowned for housing a venerated relic of Jesus' blood, allegedly collected after Jesus' crucifixion. The phial is kept in a silver tabernacle, which itself is quite beautiful.
Church of Our Lady: This church is famous for having the only sculpture by Michelangelo ever to be transported out of Italy. The white marble sculpture is of Madonna and ...
... br> beer: i went to the halve maan (half moon) brewery. It was 220 steps up narrow ladders and tiny rooms and you even go up to the roof which has beautiful views of the city. Its an old family brewery where they brew 4 diff types of beer.. Brugges Zot & Straffe Hendrik (foolish clown & strong henry)
belgian waffle and chocolate: street waffle with chocolate on top
At night there was outdoor music and outdoor markets with ...
Sunday 7 September 14 - Docked at 6 am and linked up with a taxi we had booked on line to take us for Zebrugge to Bruges at 8am.
Only about a 30 minute drive - very foggy this morning and felt eerie driving in it. We got to town early and it was deserted but by 10am the tourist flood was building.
As with other capitals we have visited, the Ekka smells have revisited with the horse drawn carts - watch ...