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Travel Blogs from Brugge
... 30 hrs or so (minus a few napping hours on the second plane ride).
We get on the train and arrive in Bruge in about an hour. We found a taxi easily enough and he took us to the Hotel de Notre Dame. We're looking at the door and realize there is no one inside and the door is locked. We stop the taxi driver and say there's no way to get in and he assures us there is a bell and drives off. There was no bell. We see there are 3 ...
... spending a night, what a pity.
Another highlight of the little old town is Belfry. Please be careful, if you are not fit, since you have to catch your breath while climbing up to the top of the tower. And the spiral stairwell is narrow and steep.
We spent one night in hotel Duc de Bourgogne, fortunately, we came here in the low season. Sinnce the room at this hotel ...
My flight landed early, but what's worse, my aunt was late.
I was a little panic, as everything was in french. I waited for half an hour.
She rushed in and I was so relieved to meet her.
Her car was broken and so we have to back her home first to swop the car before heading to Brugge.
The weather was fine, chilly and sunny at the same time.
My aunt insisted that we have to go ...
... and counting
It's the old dears 33rd wedding anniversary and, god bless them, they still look affectionately at each other. The gift of true love and faltering eyesight. Tonight, they are going to pedal romantically into the sunset for a candle lit dinner in a restaurant sitting next to one of the beautiful canals. I hope they both fall in it - they're leaving me in the van!!!!
Tot de volgende keer,
Bruno (de hond)
... from the throne after a year as king of one of the clubs at Antwerp University. So I got a unique insight in to student life in Antwerp. On one of the nights we went to a cantus – a ritual in Belgian student life. I’ve uploaded a few vids below, but I’ll try to explain it. Hundreds of students, dressed in well-worn beer-stained jackets and sashes denoting their club and rank, sit side-by-side at long wooden tables in a ...