Our second destination in Belgium was Brugge, a town the centre of which has been left in its medieval state and is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was adorable, picturesque.
Trousers - Zara / Parka - Vero Moda (can't believe this one's lasted for about 5 years now) / Bag - Longchamp / Boots - Vagabond
Brugge's chocolate shops make you want to forget everything about diets that's ever crossed your mind.
We climbed the clock tower in the city centre, and met a great view at the top. I had no problem climbing upwards, but coming back down was terrifying since the steps were really narrow and you could see downwards and I'm a bit afraid of heights...
If you're visiting Brussels, hop on a train to Brugge - it's not costly and doesn't take long, and you'll meet quite a different scenery over there :) I'd recommend taking a day trip there. If you want to be touristy, there are horse carriages and river boats going around the town, but we preferred jut walking around.
Anyway, this week's been a bit of a bore, just work and grey weather. Today I'll be meeting up with some friends, though, and tomorrow I'm leaving for Eastern Finland with a group of friends, so I expect the atmosphere to go soaring upwards! Have a great weekend peops :)