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Canal at Bruges

Belgium 8 - Bruges - A chocoholics paradise, der dum, der dum, der dum do they make tarmac different in Belgium?

May 16th 2015
We were a few days from coming home. There were only two countries between us and home. A few miles of tarmac and the English Channel. Suzy was still hanging on in there. She did pick up a stone chip on the ride today. Hopefully we will get this done free as it looks like the sort of chip that can be filled in. We had to make a decision. Should we call it a day and ring Eurotunnel and try to get h ... read more
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16th May 2015

Chocolate Brugges!
What a wise decision to spend some time in my favorite medieval city of canals. I've been there three times and always stayed at least a week. I had to because everyday for lunch, I went to a different chocolate shop and had four dark chocolate treats for lunch--as you said, so many choices. Amazing that your journey is already over--I've so enjoyed traveling with you!
17th May 2015

chocoholics
I think if I went I every shop I would come out stones heavier. The shops are lovely and the chocolate fantastic . Went to the mother in laws yesterday and had one of the truffles with white and milk chocolate ................very moreish . And dont they dress lovely - the service and presentation is worth the money you pay Thanks for joining me . And yes sadly it is all over but at least loads of photographs and loads of memories thanks to Travel Blog

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