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... have the correct ticket to view it. Much to his disappointment he couldn't sell us a ticket, and he couldn't make us un-see it, so take that curator!
Tea was at a local ribs restaurant, where the all you can eat challenge was taken up, with Martin and James eating half a pig each! And we met up with the Luxembourg youth choir for a chat... and exchange of Facebook details.
Bus trip back to Brugge was very quiet and everyone was in bed before the 10.30pm curfew. ...
... Thiery came by it, was it a gift or the result of someone's plunderings?
Public transport in Belgium has been exceptional, we never had to consult a timetable, we just turned up at tram stops or train stations and waited no more than a few minutes for the next service. A huge number of Belgians cycle and combine cycling with public transport, as evidenced in a photo I will include of the bike racks at St Pieters station on Ghent. ...
... Chilean drink there, called Roomers, which was sweet and yummy and had tiny flowers in the bottom of it, then got chatting to a group of people on the next table, who were a mix of locals, Croatians and an Albanian girl. After what we thought was a good time with them, one guy started to get weird with us. We think it was because he was a ginger-in-denial (aka a strawberry blonde), and there was some kind of weird jealousy/possession issue with us talking to his ...
... that means you leave the window open at night and that means (if your hotel is in a good location) you have lots of street noise. I'll take the a/c! I have included a photo of me in the blog. You will notice how much three weeks of travel has aged me. I miss the ...
... terminé mon weekend rallongé à Gand.
Ce qui surprend le plus au premier abord est la différence d'avec Bruges. Certes le style des vieux bâtiments est identique, mais là où Bruges donne une impression de musée à ciel ouvert qui fonctionne grâce au tourisme, Gand est une ville vivante et active. Il est probable qu'une des raisons est que le vieux Bruges est complètement entouré de canaux l'isolant de la ville moderne, alors ...