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As I sit here thinking about our last journey in the van from Gent to Goes (a short 150kms or so) it is with a heavy heart and a tear in the eye I come to the actual realisation that this is the last time I will be starting up “The Flash” on this trip. When I look back over the past 3 months I can’t but help but be impressed with the way the Flash has handled himself and has never let us down (even after I inadvertently tried ...
... two tired, whiney boys.
We were up early in the morning to catch a train back to Brussels where we had booked the Eurostar train into London. The trick for most of our trains in Europe was to make sure you came into the same station as the outgoing train you wanted was leaving from, as most cities had more than one main station. At the end of our continental Europe trip, I figure we were well trained in reading train schedules!
... he wanted to go to the dungeons afterword. The part Bryn liked best was all the climbing. We climbed up to the top and looked out over the city from the turrets. The inner part of the castle wall opens onto the castle grounds but is a good 12 feet tall. Everyone but Bryn was a little nervous about how close to the edge she wanted to walk. In the book, after the castle the children visit a patisserie, but we had Belgian ...
... coast of the North Sea. The weather in this area is much the same as London's which is just across the sea. We had a mix of rain, wind and a bit of sunshine mixed in there too. Brugge which was made famous in the hilarious movie 'In Bruges' is a really beautiful place, actually I think it ranks up there in the top three places I have been to in Europe so far. Unfortunately tourism has cottoned on to it in the last decade and it is now overrun by tourists ...
... If I closed my eyes and took a bite I would have definitely thought I was eating right off of the ocean floor. Although I wasn't a fan of the food I couldn't help but appreciate every moment: the old cobble stone streets, the endless pleas of the store employees to lure people into their restaurants, and the accordion player traveling down the street with his son lagging behind with his tambourine. We then gave into the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed