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... called Mr Rudy. Mr Rudy was the local IPA rep and took us under his wing to show us the sights of this truly beautiful city that he was so proud of. Sadly Mr Rudy died in 2012 but the friendliness he showed us during our stay will remain with us forever. We could not go past Antwerp without stopping into Del-Rey Chocolatiers who Mr Rudy quite proudly said was the 'best chocolate in the ...
Bruges - the land of chocolate, waffles and beer and was definitely a place we quickly fell in love with not only for the gluttony but the scenery as well. We arrived in Bruges mid-afternoon when it was raining so we ventured out in the direction of the windmills. They were very old and there were 4 spanning across 1km or so which was cool seeing they were so close to town. We then made our way to our B&B where we were staying, which was an old family home on ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Just winding the clock back a bit - Last night we free-camped....well, not quite...it was in a designated area, and cost E11, but no facilities - no ablution-block, no electricity, no nothin' except a dump-station (for grey water and toilet). So, this morning we hopped on the bikes and followed the bike -path to see where it would take us (back to the village where we had already been yesterday, ) and ...
... moved on to the highlight of the day...chocolate shopping. We found a place called Pralinette, which had reasonable prices (18.50 euro for a 1kg box of pralines). Dozens of truffles, pralines, and other assorted items, and all you do is tell them how big the box you want is and proceed to fill it up. With literally pounds of chocolate in hand, we made our way back to Ghent.
... I had no idea that we would actually have to walk through the construction site itself to get to the front entry!
It was hilarious. Mud everywhere, workers, diggers. I will in future listen and expect the worst when warned about works outside. It has been little concern though, and the B&B itself is lovely. I feel for the poor owner, Anne, who must be cursing the works and the impact on her business.
Yet again, we are ...