Bruges By Night Bed & Breakfast
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... past the highlights of Brussels - Grand Square, Manneken Pis, Royal Palace etc etc.
The students guided some of the groups, so they had no problems, but for the rest of us, finding the end point was a challenge, so we were late leaving for tea, which was a walk across town to the university cafeteria. Lasagne again...
After a slow walk back across town to the bus, we had another extended trip back to Brugge, again due to a car accident on the motorway, so we didn't ...
... he saw us walking up to the restaurant is look at Brian's ******. We have decided to call it the ******y pack.
Anyway, back to the evening. Brian and I would have been happy to bike over to Bruges, what's another 5 kilometers? However, the hotel had a deal for 10Euros if we went as a group. It didn't take too much convincing to go this route, Brian anticipating that he may be too drunk even to bike back to the hotel. However, Nathalie ...
... to wait till it settles before you start drinking. It seems to take forever ;) We next queued for a boat tour through the canals, sadly no beer to follow, but we did find a sunny brasserie to refresh ourselves. We tried to go up to bell tower, but they stopped letting people in! Alas, disappointed, we will leave Brugge without climbing the tower and seeing the view. Overall the city is very lovely and small, which makes exploration ...
... the hotel via some shops and a supermarket to get a light picnic dinner for later on. There are lots of sales and nice shops but prices are still OTT so it was more a little look in the windows.
When we got back to the palace we went for a big swim in the indoor pool which was nice and I had 5 minutes in the Hamman (steam hot box). We enjoyed our picnic tea and settled in the super King bed before midnight for a change.
... day on a damp and cold Belgian night.
I have been welcomed by my Uncle Jean-Etienne and Aunt Marie-France to their charming home
in Gent, just a stone's throw from the new home where my Bonne Mammy now
resides. It is such a pleasure to enjoy their company along with the cat, bunny and the remarkable collection of shells lining the walls.
How things have changed for my grandmother, yet at times not at all. The tall and ...