like a fairy tale - Brugge :)
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I have heard so many nice things about that city that I MUST visit it. They all were right, this city is soo sweet. It seemed to be that the time stopped here. It looks like a fairy tale old city.
Right now I was in the train in my way to Brugge. Because once I took the wrong train, I decided to make sure this one was the right train and asked a guy if this one was the right train. The man was Irish and noticed I wasn’t local, well this wasn't difficult to see, hahaha. I was the only one with dark skin, haha. He asked me where I was from, when I said
He confirmed this train was the right one and recommended me to enjoy Brugge, but go to
My original plan was staying in Brugge for the night and then going to
I arrived to Brugge, left my bag in the station and called to a hostel in
Wow! Brugge was like a dream come true. You could hardly see autos, just in the main roads, but not downtown. I walked through the sweet streets and parks. Everywhere I went, I saw a lot of people, most of them couples. This is a romantic city.
I arrived to the main square: “De Markt”, visited the Cathedral, climbed the tower in order to get a great view of this lovely city.
I kept on walking and enjoying the view. Sure you have to take a boat through the beautiful canals. So I did. I was able to see all the old houses. They maintain them very well and don’t want anyone to disturb their architecture. You won’t be able to find a “new” house downtown. The entire city was peaceful and quiet. Just the tourists were a bit noisy, but not much, they were respecting Brugge’s atmosphere. There were swans just swimming next to the boats.
Well, it was almost 7pm and I had to go to the station in order to go to