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... quits and head to the chip stand in the main square. The best
thing about being up late at night whilst travelling is you get unimpeded views
of all the attractions and more often than not they look even better, so with a
punnet of chips and mayo and bellies full of beer we enjoyed the serenity of
Bruges completely alone.
Night over it was home to bed in the squeaky bunk aware of the early start we had for
our train to Amsterdam.
... was a good meal with good service. We walked round the outside of the ship watching the sunset. We went to the cabaret show in the Princess theatre at 10.30 which was a man playing the violin with a backing band. It was surprisingly good. He had a sparkly violin which was only half a violin! Lynn and Lucy enjoyed the show. We are looking forward to the sea day tomorrow so we can explore the ship. we also have the meet and greet with the cruisecritic forum ...
... at a 500-year old tavern for a biere and local fare, so we turned left, then right and right again and sure enough. There was Tom’s tavern. Its here where I got to meet Freddy. Freddy was a Jack Russell mix that apparently was the owner’s dog but had free run under all the tables. It was weird to the point where my food just arrived; he was under the table and up against my leg looking ...
After the ride, I found a café and went in search of some lunch I could tolerate. This place was a restaurant and tea room, so I ordered hot tea and tomato soup. The guys next to me had steak with some kind of cheese on top, a huge mound of fries, and it was all I could do not to grab their plates. In the meantime, Tom showed up, and then later a bunch of our taxi crowd. I walked down the street to the museum (I used Google ...
... 30pm to see Brassroots. They were simply awesome; we all loved them. A band from London made up of 2 drummers, a sax, 2 trumpets two trombonists and a tuba. Sounds odd? Maybe, but it works, they made that brass sing, covering everybody from Beyonce to Kylie. The whole square was rocking, and Ci and I managed to get right to the front. He was mesmerised; it was his first concert and he was blown away with all the audience participation etc.
We were there a good ...