Adagio Bed & Breakfast
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... to get to the hotel. Apparently I viewed a whole section of the city that was not planned...I guess good exercise to help recover from my frustration. I then was able to find a laundromat as all my clothes, especially the biking clothes were in a need of a washing. I first went with one bag to figure out the process, it was about a 6 block walk and I was surprised by the "characters" on the street - young and loud. On the second trip, right outside the laundromat there were a ...
... of the Menapii in the first century BC!!!! Of the conquestors there are the Gallo-Romans around the 4th century, then the Franks and the Vikings of the ninth century. So it is kinda old. It received its city charter in 1128
We asked for a recommendation for a restaurant and were sent to a rather pricey place but we decided we deserved it. Belgium is known for, among other dishes like mussels, its eel, so that is what I ...
... it really was quite comfy. (Even the spell checker cannot believe we went second class - it spell checked 'second' to 'social'.) Our hotel, The Duke's Palace, is beautiful. It used to be a Kempinski, and way back when was the palace of the duke who controlled West Flanders. We won't tell them how we got here, lest they hose us down or throw us out! We had salads for lunch in the restaurant ...
... and memorials. Oh, and a humongously large theme park... which seemed to us to be maybe a little out of keeping.
Zonnebeke holds the Paschendale Memorial Museum, which was so well organised and well thought out. Something like 500,000 soldiers died over the course of just 100 days all for the gain of a measly 5 miles.
The Museum included all kinds of artefacts: uniforms, weaponry, field hospital surgical instruments... there were interesting ...
... as if his mind was programmed to dissipate in to a million fragments of disillusion the moment my lips were pursed to speak.
“You want to come with me? You want to come to Paris with me? I’ve spent £1000 on this holiday, it’s all paid for. You should come!”
Whilst it’s not every day that you are invited on a romantic, all expenses paid weekend away in Paris by a tall, dark (if not intoxicated) stranger, the hairs ...