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Today we went to sea park in blankenburge. It had a lot of animals like seals,otters,penguins,turtles and lots more. We watched a show where the seals did lots of cool and clever tricks with there trainer . After that we played mini golf. dad and mum drew, sammy came second and I came last. Last but not least we went to the shop and food court. I had a red ...
... the musical Italian and French languages I've loved listening to so much! Another part of this amazing trip that was so different to everything else we'd seen along the way.
After a bit of time looking around and buying some Belgium chocolates to take home (a mistake as they all melted on me!) we headed back to Paris. This would be a gorgeous village to spend a couple of relaxing days just wandering away from the bit ...
Somehow a week has passed and in that time we have traversed the canals of Venice, ascended a roughly 3,000 foot tall mountain in the Alps (aided by two funiculars), somewhat slept on an overnight train, fallen in love with Paris, and have arrived in beer country. Whew! Somehow our legs are still functioning although we now get quite excited at the site of an escalator. The hundreds of photos that we have taken don't quite seem to do any of these places justice, but they will be ...
I got up and decided to head straight to catch an early train to Brugge, as I had seen all of the things I wanted to see already and needed to arrive early to buy a Brugge city card. I packed up my laundry, which was still the tiniest bit damp, and headed out. I arrived without much incident (I got lost once due to missing a turn) and checked into the hotel. Since it was still early I ...
... of Christ.
The cylinder itself had arrived from a crusade to Jerusalem way back in the 12th century. Along the way, it was stuffed with a bloody cloth used to wash the dead body of the Saviour, bound and sealed, and delivered to Bruges. Simple. We were invited forward in procession, one by one, to marvel, pray, touch, or simply witness quite possibly one of the most remarkable holy relics in existence. This is because, if all is as they say, ...