Andre's Bed & Breakfast
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... a very old courtyard which led to a cemetery. The gardens were so lush and green, it felt quite nice for a cemetery. It wasn't long before the dark clouds began to drift over us and threaten with rain. We quickly rode to a cafe and sat down to wait for the storm to pass. It was quite an upper class cafe so being backpackers, we were instantly out of place. Everything was a little more expensive that what we were used to, it was also ...
So today we woke from a glorious sleep at the B&B, and went downstairs to see what Jason and Sandra were making for breakfast. We had some fruit first of all.. mum said it was good, but not enough. Then dad had a yogurt and apple thing, and they brought out some croissants and pastries. And theeeeeennnn... We had eggs and bacon. They also served orange juice that they squeezed themselves. NOM. We only really have one full day in Bruges, so ...
... The Monument's Men movie, it was an eye opening glimpse of the hundreds of thousands of priceless works of art that the world almost lost forever.
Brugge is preserved as an old town and is wonderful to walk around. There are canals that surround and crisscross through the city and it is small enough to walk through easily in a few hours. ...
... quaint hotel pool and Turkish steam room, the amazing weather we have met has continued to take us by surprise. With energy levels restored we were back in Brussels bound for London, where once again Sydney Su was forced to endure 45 more minutes of; 'Buying bread from a man in Brussels. He was six foot four and full of muscles. "I said do you speak my language?" He just smiled and gave me a vegemite sandwich.' Until next time. Su and ...
... time. And the food was great too. Belgium doesn't seem to do main courses; only snacks. Belgian fries (yep, they were invented in Belgium) with mayonnaise, speculoos cookies, chocolate and waffles. It’s pretty much all you need in life.
After Bruges, I moved on to Ghent. Like many smaller cities in Europe, I only knew of it from its football team. De Buffalos ftw. But it’s a really cool city; definitely my favourite ...