Belair Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... trials! For the last 45 years after the "Tour de France" this town has organised a cycling event for their children aged between 8 and 15 called “The Kleine Tour”. It is a 7 day event in the last week of their school holidays. They do a cycle tour each day of the neighbouring towns, some up to 64 kilometres, but it is not a race. They ride in a team from their clubs with each sponsors van following their group with music playing and a microphone to ...
Woke up and had some breakfast at the hotel. Got myself a map and made a plan for the day. Walked around a bit then took a nap before venturing to the heart of the city. Decided to walk the 2 miles each way due to my planned consumption of fries, waffles ...
... all the buildings were blackened, and so Brugges rose to prominence as Flanders' charming city, while Gent languished under a layer of black soot. That's long been cleaned away, however, and now it's just a pleasant place to spend a couple of hours.
For a town whose historical city centre is apparently so small, it's done a lot. It's played host to a rebellion against the Holy Roman Emperor, it's witnessed the 1814 Treaty of Ghent that was ...
... should've asked how much to begin with. We headed back to the hotel. Nadzha washed her clothes and then I jumped online. It's now midnight and we're getting ready for tomorrow. Lord please provide for tomorrow. Thank for your protection over us. I claim favour over us and thank you for your protection. Thank for the smooth labour that Chelsea and baby are going to go through. Thank you for proving food and water. Thank you that my brother made it into North Harbour team! You're ...
... br> The trip took about an hour - busy train with lots of locals and tourists. We were amazed to see a huge bicycle parking lot at one of the stations en route to Bruges. Covered and undercover parking! Bicycles minus helmets have been a very popular mode of transport right throughout all the countries we have visited. At the station, we caught a bus into the old town and were dropped off right in the Markt. This is a large cobbled stone square surrounded by ...