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... now!) beer over dinner.
The next day had no travel - so the entire day to explore. After breakfast at the hotel, we headed up the road and hired a couple of bikes. We were told it was one of the best ways to experience Brugge - totally agree. With no real plan in place, we set our sights on a bike path we had seen the day before. It was a good call (if I do say so myself) as it ...
... and some as old as the 1100s. The oldest is now a restaurant on the canal, see photo. The Cloth Guild building and Belfry (1380) are located opposite our motel in a rather nice square. The canals, with all the flower boxes and the tour boats coming and going add a nice holiday feel to the city. It is so compact the whole old city area would be no ...
... for lunch and set about exploring.
We found lace shops and chocolate shops and beer shops and antique shops and more of each. I was nearly killed by a bus and some cyclists but it was all my fault so I'm to blame for upsetting Jo and wandering out n to the road which isn't really a road and the whole place is cobblestones so who's am I sposed to tell anyway!!!
We left the hotel at 1pm and we walked round for hours, exploring and reading the history
This past week has been such a mix of emotions. You all have seen some of our struggles through my blog- but for those of you who talked with either Kristi or I during the past few weeks likely know how bad some things really were. Despite a lot of the issues with our Camp A director and the harshness of my center director. I still built some great relationships with some of the kids and staff- and I loved my roommates! So although I was ...
Perhaps we should have stayed in Yerseke, with the wholesome country air and hearty home cooked food. Or perhaps we should have let the Belgian Beer we tried with our mussels and fries at lunch be it. Or in the very least perhaps we should have swapped the beer for chocolate and given ourselves a sugar high instead of a beer induced coma which resulted in broken bones. *Sigh* There's no turning back time is there.
From Yerseke ...