Bed & Breakfast Marjan Degraeve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Christ's blood out for you to view ("Do I have to touch it?" "Of course you don't have to. It's Jesus' ******* blood, isn't it? Of course you don't ******* *have to*!") (sorry I just really love that film), the tower in the main square, and the canal paths. But really, it's the random wandering that's magical. And after several hours of said wandering, we turned up at 't Brugs Beertje (note: not a typo, it's just Dutch!!), a ...
... stations. This train is also a little more modern than the Romanian trains, which I expected. There is at least a screen and an announcement of when we stop. In Romania, you just had to know your time and could read it at the stop. Like night and day. I bought some chocolate at Leoniatas yesterday, which Belgians like, as well as some grocery store brands that are good, also. Our guide also said that Fritland had the best frites in the city, so of course I had to stop ...
... been raining (light) the whlle time, so the streets were fairly quiet.
Stopped into a pub for a drink, and then kept going.
We found a nice little place by the canal and bridge, so stopped for a coffee.
This place had people coming and going, so we stayed here for a while.
Had some young French tourists playing French songs on the Wurlitzer, and then we met an ...
... something to clear my ears and ease my throat. I should feel better in a couple of days.
We stopped on our way back for some dinner and headed back just in time for the family to have finished their dinner. They invited us for a glass of wine on the patio. We sat and talked about different things and had a very nice time. Well off to bed, tomorrow is another day.
Up early again for breakfast. Another young couple (mid to late ...
... of the wheat". One of the houses used to be a Granary, stocking wheat and grain; and next door to it was the Guild house of the Grain Weighers.. There was a Toll masters house - fella who collected tolls from boats entering the harbour and there was also a house which belonged to the Guild of Free Sailors and another that belonged to the Guild of Bricklayers. In fact, a lot of these houses belonged to what they called Craft Guilds and what ...