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... br> The next day a few of us from the hostel went and climbed the 366 steps to the top of the belfry tower. While we were up there we timed it right so we watched the music box turn and heard the bells ring from inside the tower. The tower used to be taller, with the addition of a spire, however after a lightning strikes and a fire, they decided not to rebuild the spire for a 3rd time. We then went to the Church of Our Lady which ...
... World War because we can relate to it in a closer way. We were three very proud Canadians throughout the whole tour. As well, we met some very nice young people from Australia and from England who made the ride for the day a real delight.
Yesterday was a little chilly here. We were getting quite spoiled with the beautiful weather so far on the trip. However, we haven't been caught in any downpours, fingers crossed we sail through the next ...
The weavers and spinners of Bruges were thought to be the best in the
world, and the population of Bruges grew to at least 125,000 and perhaps
up to 200,000 inhabitants at this time around ...
... 8211; the churches and Belfry chime away with a cute little song (which is apparently changed every few months), and so on the hour, and every quarter and half too, you hear the musical chime radiating all over the town (this is the same in many European cities)
... free tasting. Once again...very interesting. The weather is a little overcast today, so we are heading back to the B&B to write up this blog.
More awaits for us tomorrow.
Today we took the train into Ghent. It was about a 25 minute train ride and only cost 7.40 Euros for a return ticket for each of us. Transportation is reasonable here. We arrive at Ghent and find out that our bus tickets from Brugges are good there as well. It ...