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TripAdvisor Reviews B&B Onderdepannen De Panne
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... an awesome combination, but if you have it in the US then people call you a fatty.
Tried to find a sports store to get a new rain jacket but all stores in tourist heavy bruges were extremely expensive (saw one goretex rain jacket for about $750) and all closed by 6:00 pm.
Went back to hostel, did laundry, ended up talking to a group of latin americans while drinking more belgian beers (duvel is probably my favorite alcoholic beverage I've ...
... if someone has mobility problems.
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... visit randomly fell on the day of their big parade which only takes place every 5 years. Another highlight of our day in Brugge was the horse drawn carriage ride that Ky and Che took us on for a site seeing tour of the town. It was such a neat way to weave through the tiny cobbled streets and see the town.
Galloping our way through Belgium,
Robyn and ...
... to travel through York and get to Hull that way.
Took approx 5 hours in total to get to the Port, with the last 20 minutes proving to be quite quite while the both of us looked around for signposts to the port.
Once on the boat, our cabin was nice and comfortable and the coffee shop on board was a ...