Bed & Breakfast Speelmansrei
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We had to get up and moving early(10:15 lol!) to meet our bicycle tour guide, it was just us; a bonus of coming in the off season! We rode thru Brugge and out to the countryside a few miles to Damme, a medieval town on the canal with windmills and very quaint. We saw a sundial in action, and a WW2 bunker, and had lunch at a little ...
... tasting. Was educated on how Belgium beers all have a dedicated glass. Tried a cherry beer that was very sweet. The most interesting was the unique and high demand for Trappist beers that are made in a monastery by the Monks. I believe it was quoted that one beer would be around 40 Euros. We enjoyed another fine meal with great conversation. Then moved on to a pub for some beer tasting - lots of cherry beer left. Finished up the night with a walk through the square back to the ...
... 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.
... a sweep for the kids this week in my class. I told the students that those working hard would get to choose their country first. The Year 6 students told me that I should just take one for the team and draw out Australia. I said no, I actually wanted a decent chance. So I was walking around watching them work and placed the bag in front of the hardest-working Year 6 girl. She was excited to be the first to pick out a team. And her country is …. ...
... at a stop to use the bathroom If you park on the street in Mardin, your car will get dinged up in multiple places Don’t eat the vegetables served in bars in Urfa There's always one loud, obnoxious American on a Brussels beer tour. Fortunately, if you can easily point him out, then it's not you. The only place where they love displaying outrageously sized national flags more than Turkey is at American car ...