Tango Dancing After the Rain – Bruges, Belgium

“Don’t go to Bruges in the summertime – too many tourists.” I kept hearing this while planning our trip to Europe. But, I was in Belgium and the time was now. We decided to go see Bruges at night when the crowds had dispersed. It was raining when we got off the train in the medieval 13th century town. By the time we arrived at our hotel the rain had stopped. Outside our window, sparkling white swans glided down the canal. We walked around Bruges before stopping for some dinner somewhere along our way. As, always, click on image to enlarge the photograph.

8 thoughts on “Tango Dancing After the Rain – Bruges, Belgium

  1. Carla, what a wonderful trip you must be having. Love your pictures. Thanks so much for sharing.I was in Brussels once. Like the town and still have some coasters I bought made with lace and a broach. How wonderful Europe can be.R;TE


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