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I live in the Southampton neighborhood, on Oxford, and teach at Cambridge. Elementary, that is. A lover of all things Jane Austin, British music and Telly, I have finally returned to England, after a long, long absence. We're about to leave London today - and we've only scratched the surface of all London has to offer, just whet our appetite. We've …
... a Navman.
Off to Brugge we go.
We arrived at our hotel in Knokke-Heist which is a gorgeous sea side town 30 mins outside of Brugge. Clint & Tess checked us in. We went for a drive around the town. It was like a Noosa. Lots of high end shops and gorgeous cafes and eateries.
We headed into Brugge.
We walked into the old town - it was spectacular. Just gorgeous. We walked the cobblestone streets admiring all ...
I has a job.
And talk about being British!
I am bow working in London's oldest pub, Lamb and Flag. If you want to know more...look in every single guide book ever. It will be in there.
In Somerset House, on the Embankment can be found the Courtauld Gallery which is home to a couple of very famous paintings. I knew The Bar at the Folie Bergere by Eduard Manet was there as we had seen it on a previous visit but I didn't realise that this particular Cezanne, that of Monte Sainte-Victoire with large pine tree, was there too. We had learned all about these two paintings in art ...
... because you want to maintain a level of privacy. After many attempts in a variety of languages we got the point across and were happy. All of the food that was supposed to be served hot would come hot, 'specially' hot.
Unfortunately for us and our good plans, most of the food served on the flight was supposed to be served cold and after a few courses I started to look like an idiot because Steven was eating his food and mine too - so ...