Bed & Breakfast Catherine Nyssen
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... this town is a delight- whether it's the canalside promenade or the wandering cobblestone alleys, it's a bit like being in an outdoor European museum of architecture. And what I find amusing is that I had thought London had old buildings....but this place was built in the 14th century, and most of the original bridges and buildings are still standing.
We visited the typical touristy sites- the church where they have a ...
... But today I feel fairly well rested, or as much as I can. I could still easily sleep another 20.
Yesterday afternoon I took the metro to Grand Place. Brussels' metro system is beautiful. Modern, clean, easy to follow. I can live in ...
A very nice coach trip from Amsterdam
Arrived about 1:30pm, and had a few hours wandering around
Our hotel is only a short walk from the main squares and the famous bell tower from the movie
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After eating non-stop for the last few days, we decided to give dinner miss, and just wander around Bruges at night (following our afternoon nap).
... acted like tourists. It was fun. We sent another package home. Postage here is much more expensive that Germany.
I haven't been feeling well for a couple of weeks, since I had that icky cold in Cochem. My ears have been plugged, so we stopped in at an Apoteeka here (drug store) and the pharmacist set me up with an appointment to see a doctor this afternoon. We popped in and he was very nice, spoke very good English (much better than my Flemish) and set right ...
From there, we chained the bikes to a railing along with a hundred others (thank God ours are a bright shiny blue) and took a stroll or rather a stagger (it was sweltering) along the banks of the Lys. On both sides were the most beautiful rows of houses, three storey stepped gable, 14th century. Graslei is the street running up one side - means "street of herbs and vegetables" and Koornlei runs along the opposite bank - ...