Bed & Breakfast im's & wim's
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... on hop off bus. We take the bus for our first circuit, taking in the EU zones, the beaux arts areas, monumental palaces and churches, boulevards etc. We see another protest on the trip, and things to come back to. After this we head to the Beer museum, a perfunctory museum, which includes a free beer. Next to a Au Brasseur for a drink, chatting to an English mother and daughter here ...
... the picturesque guildhouses (most now housing bars and restaurants with terraces for outside dining and drinking) flanking the Leie river, the square tower of Sint-Michielskerk stretching into the sky, lots of people milling around enjoying their Easter Sunday.
We have a last mooch around, and debate whether Gent or Bruges is the prettiest… Bruges still edges it slightly for me but on a sunny day I can’t think of many places that ...
... start tomorrow. While writing up this blog, another youngish guy came into the bunk room to go to bed and I commented "early night for you too huh?" He said that yes because he didn't get any sleep last night, and I asked why not. Apparently he got into Antwerp but found out all the hostels online were fully booked already. He tried showing up at a few at random but they all turned him away, so he went and waited the morning out at a train station. At about 4am, an ...
We visited this quaint little museum, within walking distance of our apartment, just off the Grande Place. It was in an old four storey house, and included displays about chocolate and its history, as well as a place where a demonstration of chocolate making took place (downstairs).
... bar with some of the best ambiance I have ever felt. Great old establishment. And Chris introduced me to a beer that I wasn't sure I would like...I was wrong. Wendy says it is supposed to be the best beer in the world because it has the best balance of the best ingredients. After a while, I was convinced. It's called Trappist Westvleteren. Apparently it's brewed by monks who only brew enough to keep the monastery going. She ...