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... destination tonight is Lille, France which is just over the border from Belgium and in the middle of the Somme where heavy fighting in WW1 cost hundreds of thousands of Australian lives.
On the way to Lille we stopped of in Antwerp in Belgium where we relived some great memories of our last visit here in 2010. On that visit we were befriended by a true gentleman who Kate and ...
... as a result of WW1, the decorative detail and spires were deleted from the final plans, so the inside is plain, and the outside rather dour. "Ghastly but gigantic" is how Lonely Planet describes it!)
After a lunch bag of baguette, fruit and chocolate bar, we headed to the city centre for a self guided foot tour of Brussels. The local university tourism students organised a question and answer sheet, with a prize for the team with the most correct answers. The route ...
... why I had not thought about doing this earlier but this time, I had even looked on Trip Advisor for any comments on the hotel. One very useful comment was that at the roundabout close to the hotel, there was indeed a sign to the hotel but it was so small you needed binoculars.
Forewarned and armed with all our Google map images and directions, we were able to find the hotel with not much difficulty. Hurrah! The sign at the ...
Last night was probably one of the best nights of sleep I have had in a hostel. Mainly, it was because I was alone till 530am when my roommates came back from the bar. I guess I had just missed them when I left for the beer tour yesterday. I am glad I did the tour and was able to get a solid nights sleep. This hostel doesn't serve free breakfast and from what I heard it is not that good. I had to search for a quick bite to eat before my Bruges tour otherwise it would ...
Friday, May 9th – Brugge
Arriving a couple of hours late into Zeebrugge we waited for the boat to clear and headed out on the shuttle to the front gate at the Port of Zeebrugge to find our Taxi George – the company that we engaged to take us the 35 minutes to Brugge.
After a little searching we found Carlos with the sign marked "Tom" in the front window. Tom ...