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... also hosted a small "flea" market with some local artisans, and we found two nice prints for our home.
We visited the Church of Our Lady and paid the fee to see the Michelangelo Madonna and Child. It's smaller than any other Michelangelo sculpture we've seen, so not that impressive. It was one of the pieces of art saved by the Monuments Men during WWII.
We stopped at the Groeninge Museum to see ...
... sing together, and they performed several German songs in the patio just outside the bar. After they came in for their beers, they did one more short song--the space had perfect acoustics for heir rich harmonies. Our group got quite jolly! Judith even drank an inch of hers!
to the great little restaurant from last night for delicious bowls of soup with wonderful whole grain bread, then back to our garret for a good night's sleep. Tomorrow we can sleep in if we want--it is a free ...
... Europe, there is a Christmas Market, but this one is smaller with an ice rink set up in the middle.
We decided to take the "path less traveled" and explore the areas off of Market Square (the main tourist area). We found Groot Vlaenderen a bar, with a beautiful chandelier. Arne, the owner/bartender made a great martini and gave us some advice about navigating the town. He also recommended ...
A full day tour which includes The Last Post in the evening at Ypres. Some heavy rain at our first stop to walk some of the Belgium trenches. Quite appropriate that we see these trenches fill of water and mud, Belguim is certainly wet and we get a glimpse of how things must have been for those living in these conditions. Then it is on to Ypres and the big war museum there. A little disappointed and no mention of New Zealanders, nor are there ...
This morning we had a lovely breakfast at our B & B. Pauline, our hostess, provided us with muesli, Dutch bread and buns, apple strudel filling, strawberries and more. We left about ten for Bruges.
After parking at the rail station car park, we walked into the old town centre. Canals run through it and the buildings are old and quaint with some really impressive buildings. The church was massive. Lots of shops with ...