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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a walking tour of the city. The city centre, inside the moat (it's a former walled city) is 3km from top to bottom, and it felt like we walked most of it!
After a coffee and cake, walked back to the hostel, and were reunited with Janet's luggage. Had an hour to get changed and powder our nose and back into town for a meet and greet with the local choir we have been paired with. They ...
... indeed tiny. It felt like we were on a scavenger hunt and we had found the sneaky tiny clue that the Hunger Games designers had planted to "help out".
As Team Australia and Team Texas were celebrating the culmination of a nice tour and a very nice last ride, Team Maui arrived - the team with the GPS. They had even taken a few wrong turns but finally made it! ;-) They told us funny stories about speaking pidgin Dutch to survive, like ...
... got pretty hungry, so the massive group of us went and got the equivalent of McDonald’s (Brugge wouldn’t let McDonald’s open up a franchise in the city because it didn’t fit with the “theme”), and sat there for a couple of hours just talking. They were all really cool people.
On our first full day, we went on a bike tour around Brugge. It was brilliant! Firstly, it was nice actually being on a bike instead of having to ...
... Throughout the day we made sure to visit multiple chocolate shops to make sure they are all making quality products, so far, of the ten we've visited, they've all been tasty. How lucky! Since everything was closed by 5, we grabbed some beers from the grocery store and headed to a nearby park that has windmills where we read and napped. Upon awakening, we realized that we were out of beer, thankfully we found a nearby pub without tourists to ...
... burst across to Belgium. We started with the underground, changed to the S Bahn (above ground airport express train 40 minutes) to arrive at Schoenfeld airport. This was the East German civil airport and also near where they are building the delayed new big Berlin airport.
The current one is really old and small and grotty. Figured that is because it was the East not many people would have been allowed to use it! Food is expensive ...