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We wandered about and at lunch sat down for some frites (fries) and the Kip (chicken wings) purchased earlier. We found a great seat facing the plaza and people watching was one of the highlights of the day. The Market Square was packed with tourist today. While the weather was cloudy, it stayed dry during our outing and made for another nice day of touring.
About 1:30 we ...
... holland but within the netherlands can take offense to it. But calling the netherlands "holland" is like referring to the united states as a whole as "california". Although the example is a stretch, they're still similar, as california is simply a part of the US like holland is simply a part of the netherlands. Sorry for the tangent but I wanted to put that out there so you guys aren't totally confused over the next week or so while reading this. Also: ...
... you'll find in Bruges that is freshly made...it was amazing. Not only that, we still had time to climb the Belfort with a view in the sunshine. Hooray! Yes the steps to get quite narrow at the top. I spied the Bruges zot brewery from up there so we made our way south for the evening, seeing the beers being made through the glass window as I enjoyed the blonde Zot (that's 6) and Steph got stuck into 'Stef's' chocolates.....17-18 hand picked chocolates for ...
... Zealand names among the thousands listed on the gates/arch of Ypres which is their war memorial where the Last Post is played every evening and has been played every day since 1919. During WW2 the Germans did put a stop to it, so the practice was moved to the U K. Till the war ended. Lunch provided at Novotel and got to chat to others on the tour, mostly Brits, with a few North Americans/Canadians. Our next stop was Passendale and this was ...
... chocolate bars which were kind of like generic Twix. Lucky Day!
To finish up our day we walked some of the less popular back streets to the train station. Back in Louven we did some grocery shopping for tomorrow's trip. Then we went to get another food that is officially a Belgian food: frites or french fries. We got a large and I am glad we did. Since the dipping sauces were extra we ran home so we could have some real Ranch dressing and BBQ ...