Chateu d'hotes De Spycker
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
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... a large number of swans. Apparently it’s one of the most romantic spots.
I wandered back to the Market Square and had a delicious hot chocolate. You get a cup of hot milk and add a chunk of whichever flavor of chocolate you choose. It was great. I also visited the Chocolate Museum. There you learn the history of chocolate making in Belgium, a demonstration of said chocolate making and samples!
I did a lot of sitting in ...
... last couple of days' sunny weather. Walked into town just before 12, and given yesterday's debacle, gave everyone 10 euro to grab whatever they wanted for lunch. The kids headed towards the Maccas lookalike hamburger joint, we went for soup and panini at a soup bar in the backstreets that we spotted yesterday.
At 2pm, met Daniel, one of the Brugge choir members who is also a city tour ...
... has a nice titanium skin, which unfortunately doesn’t look all that good, because it really shows the seagull droppings. Something the architects probably didn’t consider, or else they expected Canadian taxpayers to spend more on regular cleaning!
From there it was a short drive to the Canadian war cemetery near Beny-sur-Mer. It’s much smaller and understated than the grandiose American cemetery, and because we were the only two ...
... that tomorrow morning. We returned to the town square for dinner. I had the mussel pot and chips (a must have we had been told), followed by waffles. Mmm, it was so good. We are now prepping for the start of our ride tomorrow, before heading out for a after-dark stroll through the town. My bike box has been successfully kragled (glued) and I have put M&M shoelaces on my cycling shoes! We are ready to go find the North Sea cycle ...
... br> On travel guided tours and information guides I read that most people only pass through the city in a day. On first impressions I cant understand why as its quite a good size - around 117,000 people, really beautiful and full of those historic things people come to Europe for. Feeling energised now by this interesting city and great vibe we are looking forward to exploring some new territory once again (not to mention the Belgium chocolate and beer).
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