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... 45 Suggested viewing : Last WWI dugout #38on You Tube Lunch @ Hooge Crater Museum # 8 on Menin Road - until 14:20 - open sandwich included. 3x glasses white wine = EUR8.40 x 2 shouts Suggested viewing : Beneath Hill 60 & reading: Birdsong. Hill 60 -until 15:25 - stop # 9 stop #10 - The Menin Gate - arrived @ 15:40 - on the way we saw demarcation monument. Walk ...
... in the town square. It didn’t take long to see why. On the sea front we were confronted by 3 giant babies climbing up the side of a building and a 3 foot Santa scaling a balcony to an apartment. If anyone has seen Childs Play – the movie, the Santa seemed very Chucky-esque to me!
We walked along to one of the 2 piers. The weather had become bleak, dank, cold wet and windy. This, however, didn’t stop a sole would be surfer trying to ...
... use of stepped gables. Had a look inside a few Catholic churches and other historic buildings. Came across Michelangelo's Madonna and Child in the Church of Our Lady. There are many incredible marble statues. We lined up to get on a canal boat tour. The boat was filling up, MDW and myself were the last two on. We squeezed into the available two seats and blow me down if we weren't seated next to the couple from Adelaide who are staying at the same ...
... and travelling to Bruges for the weekend) and Sayaka from Japan (exchanging and travelling with Gloria). I invited them downstairs for some more beers with us. They joined us and we hung out for a couple of hours in the common room, and then headed out to dinner together at the Markt. They had some really interesting dishes like Flemish stew, mussels and battered cheese, but I was still feeling sick so I didn’t have much. We talked about our travels, ...
... included works from Monet, Gauguin, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Rodin, Miro, Matisse and Chagall. A bit of culture before learning the finer details of beer making from an entertaining presenter and then downing the obligatory post tour beers. Then it was onto another little beer speciality pub which sold over 400 different beers, for tea. We finished off with Belgian waffles and crepes on the market square before heading back to Huis Koning to prepare for a 880kms day ...