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Tierentyne mustard on a Sunday

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Can anyone think of a solution to this problem?

We will be arriving in Brugge on a Sunday for only one day in August. It's a short train ride to Gent but the store is closed on Sunday. We bought some mustard last year but far too little.

Can anyone think of, perhaps a store nearby that might purchase some for me for pickup on a Sunday? Perhaps a cheese or chocolate shop nearby. I would not only buy cheese / chocolate from them but also pay a premium for the service. Any ideas?

Thanks,

Marty

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