Bed & Breakfast Marjan Degraeve
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... wrong answers just for good measure! We started at the Bruges cathedral, which had to be partly rebuilt after a drunken monk knocked a candle over and set it alight! We then saw the smallest bridge in Bruges, a very picturesque spot hidden away from the brawl of tourists. The city of Bruges is actually cursed. Many years ago, the taxes were hugely increased by Maximilian, and so the local people refused to pay. Maximilian was so angry, he cursed the city and said if there was ...
... the wallet so not a game changer but they pinged me for 250ish Euro. I realised within two steps as I put my hand back in my pocket. ****en slick work I have to say as they must have followed me for a while and been waiting for me to take my hand off it and the speed at which it happened suggests they were super close to me. I had been trying to stay aware of my surroundings, etc. but I've learnt the hard way that you simply can't be totally aware all the ...
Michael wanted to see the soccer match between Australia and Netherlands, so we drove into Ypres. We drove along this narrow road which became more narrow as we drove further. It was beside the canal all the way and I said to Michael I think this is a bicycle path! On the way home we discovered it was! Found a pub where the TV was on and sat down. We were the only ones there. Unfortunately the result did not go our way, ...
... which was a courtyard of a church, surrounded by quaint white houses, completely filled with flowers. It was quite, serene and magical. The church had some nice marble pieces but otherwise wasn't remarkable on the inside. Continuing on my way, I saw Minnewaterpark across the river. Blooming trees surrounded a picturesque spired building. I took a detour to check out the park and encountered a rooster as I entered - which was strange as there were no ...
... cook off the side of the barge. Carolyn played safe with the salmon. As I'm sure you can tell we weren't overly thrilled with the cook’s ability during our week on the barge. After dinner we took a short stroll into Bruges. While we didn't make it to the center of town, what we saw impressed us. We can't wait for tomorrow. Quite a few of the group will also be staying on with us for the post tour of Brussels, so we wouldn't have to say goodbye just yet. Just one last mention ...