for the love of nike

Sometimes You End Up In A Medieval City On Accident

On the drive back from Brugge to Brussels, we randomly stopped in Ghent. This charming city is the 2nd largest city in the country. Much of the Medieval architecture still stands, a testament to its golden age. If we had planned better, I would have allotted more time there, but I was happy to wander around the streets for a few hours and eat a chocolate covered Belgian waffle or two.  Exploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeExploring Belgium with for the love of nikeSometimes traveling gives you little gifts you weren’t planning for. Ghent turned out to be one of them. Such a happy surprise pitstop. Exploring Belgium / for the love of nike“I have wandered all my life and I have also traveled; the difference between the two being this, that we wander for distraction but we travel for fulfillment.” -Hilaire Belloc

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