We woke up late the next day, we were ready by 9AM and took the 9:55AM train to Antwerp. The train arrive 10 minutes late and because of that, we missed our IC train to Brussels. To make the story short, we reach Brugge at 2:20PM. That leaves us 4.5 hours to explore the place. As usual,we have lose itinerary with us. Works well for me as I am very controlling when I travel. I MUST see every spot. The more I know, the more controlling I become. So for me and my company to be able to enjoy the whole trip, I must have less knowledge of the place. Papa Jack was supposed to accompany us on that day but he was too busy at work. He said he wants to rebel against his boss but it wasn't the most sensible thing to do. We didn't have a hard time finding the city centre. Jack told us to ask when in doubt and follow where the tourist go. Very good advice I say. We took the first boat that we saw. Jack told us that it's a must - he said it's the highlight of the trip. It didn't disappointed. I like looking at the buildings and feel the calmness of the water. Plus it showed us where we need to go.
If you are planning to go to Brugge, this website might help you - http://www.brugge.be/internet/en/index.htm
Horse drawn carriage. I only saw lady drivers.
Belfort in the centre and
the different sides of the Markt square