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... to for quite some time. It was my first time visiting the big apple and I'm glad I did. The rain and freezing weather couldn't dampen my spirits, but it would've been nice to have had some warm weather. Some of the highlights: Food: - Whether it was street food or dine in, it was calorifically good! - Pastrami sandwich - New York Slice Pizza - The Halal guys and the list goes ...
... beyond Damme to Sluys to accommodate the new cog-ships. In 1277, the first merchant fleet from Genoa
appeared in the port of Bruges, first of the merchant colony that made
Bruges the main link to the trade of ...
... of white Rhine wine to go with it. Foodie bliss-out!
After lunch, I took Rick Steves’ city walk, essentially retracing my steps back to my hotel, but through a few pretty squares I hadn’t visited previously and with more detail of what I was looking at and looking for. I stopped in to see Michelangelo’s sculpture of the Madonna and Child in the Church of Our Lady. I paid 2 Euro to see it, and both pictures ...
... I searched high and low for a quiet corner that lone oddballs often slunk in to, but as lunchtime for thousands of ravenous tourists neared, I scarpered to the fringes. I’d read great things about L’Estaminet, a place for locals to eat, situated a bit further out by Astridpark. Jammed from ceiling to floor. So I wandered even further out to another recommendation, ‘T Ganzespel, which would be subsequently closed for another six hours. Of course ...
... before they can have a church wedding.
Bruges also has a sort of Bridge of Sighs, which stretches between the court and the town hall. Danielle couldn't tell us what the usual punishments were, but she was ready to punish the cyclists who were ignoring the signs and biking in the narrow alley. At the next bridge, she pointed across the canal to the hotel that was used in "In Bruges" as Ken and Ray's hotel. It's a very old house, but the wooden front ...