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Bruges and environs advice, please

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We've rented an apartment in Bruges for six nights (end of May). My SO has mobility issues which hopefully will improve with a proposed total joint replacement following our trip. We want to stay put in one place and explore a couple of interesting towns by train or bus. We love history, architecture, museums, quaint little towns, gardens and nature. We've been to Brussels several times in the past and like the city, the buildings and the chocolates! Can you suggest several places that would meet the above criteria? TIA.

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