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Monday Dec 3 Another day in and about the battlefields of Belgium. Weather was generally poor - at times the car warned it was 3° and to be aware of 'black ice'. There was mizzle, drizzle or light rain all day. Not much fun for getting in and out of the car as we completed our battlefield car tour begun yesterday. We also encountered a number of 'closed on Mondays' situations eg. Hooge Crater Museum, our very nice bakery on the way to the car park and quite a few cafes and ...
... the country and the French-speaking part in the south. He had quite a sense of humor, but very little sense of time, so we ended up hearing a few more jokes than planned and leaving Brussels a few minutes later than planned.
Bruges was our destination, and we arrived about 7 pm. Our hotel is right on the Burg Square, host to the oldest buildings of this once powerful and wealthy medieval city. We're looking forward to exploring the city on a couple of walks with Hildrun ...
Arrived early at Zeebrugge about 7:30 but up at 7 as we have a planned trip to Brugge. Bit of a shock to have to set the alarm but up and off to breakfast. We decided to try the dining room which was ok, had an express breakfast and shared a table with no-one who spoke, but we were finished quickly and then back to the room to pick ...
Brugge - surely one of Europe's bona fide tourist magnets, and a must
see for anyone keen on medieval architecture? Well yes, if you are not
put off by the throngs of tourists and relatively high prices, this
compact town must surely rank in the top 3 of any visitor to Belgium's
itinerary. So what is it precisely that constitutes the city's main draw
cards, and why is the place held in such high esteem? Well, ...
... advantage of the free chocolates on the admissions desk, and we get a 1E discount with the discount card offered by our hotel. Lots of interesting information about the history of one of my favourite things, but the museum was very busy and – huddled up in our finest winter wear – very hot!
After gazing in wonderment at the chocolate Barack Obama, we miss the chocolate-making demonstration – and thus the opportunity of more ...