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18/02/2013

Chocoladen Frauline?


Sorry for not posting yesterday, I was having a really flat day and I didn't feel in the right frame of mind to write without going into a long rant about boring things and spreading the negative vibe.  But, still, we're here - we're happier - we're good!
Moving on....
As you all know, I went on a mini trip to Bruges with the partner last weekend.  We'd managed to get a two-for-one mini-cruise from P&O for a bargain price, and as it was our anniversary we decided to book it up.
We sailed overnight to Bruges on a cruise-boat-come-ferry-come-tuna tin and arrived early on a wet Monday morning.  But the rain wasn't going to deter our fun! We walked, we talked, we ate, we drank (a lot) and of course bought some gorgeous Belgian chocolates.

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29572_10152310936995468_2093110940_nBruges is such a pretty little city, it still has the cobbled streets from it's medieval road markets and not one building looks the same throughout the city.  Their grasp of English is excellent, so if you're worried about a language barrier - don't be!  We were greeted in English by all our waiters during our stay.  If you're looking for a little oldy-worldy getaway, and you have enjoyed travelling to other cities Eastern European cities (like Prague), then grab a minicruise and spend the day here - for £40 it's totally worth it, right?


For now, auf wiedersehen!

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