The medieval magic of Bruges - Part 3
Whilst walking to our hotel on our first day I spotted the most gorgeous pair of red boots. It was all I could do to drag myself away, but I didn't stop then as I thought it would be easy to find the shop again later on in our stay. Best laid plans, my quest for the red boots had us walking the same route three times before finally stumbling on it somewhere completely different from where I'd remembered it. Aarrgh!! Anyway by this time, exhausted and cold, I was relieved to find they had just the right size and they fit like a glove. Kismet!
|These boots were made for walking...|
Wrapped up well against the damp weather, we did a lot of walking along the pretty canals. Bruges is utterly charming, especially with its autumn glow - there's lots to see and no shortage of coffee shops to dive into when you're flagging.
|Regal lion presides over this bridge|
|Pretty lace at many windows|
|One very cold but pretty bear :(|
|Love this garland|
|Preparing for Hanukkah|
|This shop sells wool but mainly for needlepoint|
|This shop was closed|
|The Arendshuis Museum|
|Horse sculpture in front of small gallery|
|Not technically a sculpture but rather grand object|
|Lieven and the band on stage|
|View of the theatre seen from the stage|