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... a rug!
Down the main street there was an oompah band plying Abba, a swing band playing Queen, loads of food & nicnac stalls, & of course all the bars were doing raging business.
At one of the canals we turned aside & visited a couple of the windmills that were open for the day, then headed back into the ...
... also hosted a small "flea" market with some local artisans, and we found two nice prints for our home.
We visited the Church of Our Lady and paid the fee to see the Michelangelo Madonna and Child. It's smaller than any other Michelangelo sculpture we've seen, so not that impressive. It was one of the pieces of art saved by the Monuments Men during WWII.
We stopped at the Groeninge Museum to see ...
... which Opa found very interesting. We then went for a walk to see some beautiful bridges of the canals and finished off our day with a 50 minute city bus tour which gave us lots of interesting facts about the city. One observation that we made about Bruges was that there was no graffiti anywhere and with lots of bridges and canal walls we thought that this was ...
... workable. By the time we ventured outside around noon, the sun was shining but it was very chilly. We found a place for a coffee and snack before hitting Walking Tour #3 in our guidebook...The Quiet Bruges.
This tour took us off the grid, past windmills, canals and small streets that we would have never found on our own. It was 4k from the start, at a chocolate factory to the end, the oldest beer garden in ...
... is a pretty choice park/garden thing next to the Louvre that runs up to the Place de la Concorde so I walked through it enjoying the heat and the mix of Parisians and tourists. My trail came to an end overlooking the Place de la Concorde and I was treated to a song and dance performed by a local nutter. This guy was the real deal (I even got some video) and was in the street with his headphones in dancing and occasionally ranting in French. At least I think ...