Predicted rain stayed away and we found beautiful sights as we wandered the city center, a UNESCO world heritage site.
The lace-making industry thrives in Bruges, so they have what may be Earth's only lace city map, scaled 1:1230.
We navigated via paper map, making sure to visit the main sites, repeatedly crossing the canals.
And we ate. Most of our eating was from walk-up waffle shops. ;-) We had a sit-down outdoor meal at one of the touristy restaurants surrounding the big 'Markt' square at the 'Provinciaal Hof'.
The food is expensive. The views are priceless. The Kriek goes down easy.
Yours in the land of frites, chocolate, waffles, mussels, Lambic bier, and maps of lace,