Bed & Breakfast Marjan Degraeve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... She was very interested about it! We then walked up a main shopping street and we saw a mime artist making some balloons. He was whistling to attract attention.. Don't make eye contact I thought to myself. But no, I accidentally caught his eye and he wouldn't stop calling me over and whistling at me. Awkward. We went to the chocolate shop recommended by Pete and Shona, and picked up several goodies! And then to the soap shop, also recommended.. ...
... even without glasses) and make the metal brakes really slippery. We all arrived to tour the tower and exhibit - although soaken wet. The museum was designed really nice - a tribute to the efforts in WW1 by Belgium - you took an elevator to the top and then walked down to visit the exhibits. The view was nice, although rainy - but at least we were indoors. We all then went into a boat on the canal for lunch. Again it was a perfect lunch of salad and a bit of meat - filling ...
... the first stock exchange
in the world) and developed into the most sophisticated money market of
the Low Countries in the 14th century. By the time Venetian galleys
first appeared, in 1314, they were latecomers.
... s house used to be, to discover it has since been demolished. Anita shared stories about my grandpa, and we asked her questions about Belgium.
She had some errands to run, and we had more stuff on our list, so we went back into Brugge. First she took us to Beguinage, the area where ladies lived (similar to nuns, but different lifestyle, though alongside nuns), and saw the museum of a house. We went in the church, and there ...
Imagine yourself walking along a tree lined pathway; birds are chirping and the sun is shining through the branches. People are riding bikes, strolling along beside you, and taking in the beauty. After a few minutes, you see historic houses with slight hints of French and farming influences that make it seem as though time has stood still. As you reach the end of the road, you see an array of geese floating in a narrow canal surrounded by cafes, petite ...